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Uncover the bible of critical thinking with this incredible four-in-one collection!

Do you want to supercharge your mind and take your life to the next level?

Do you often think there is something in your mind hindering your success?

Are you having difficulties trusting your intuitive side when making decisions?

Then this audiobook is for you.

This bundle includes four books that will help you to understand how to improve your critical mind by changing your thinking habits.

With a detailed and comprehensive breakdown of critical thinking basis, skills, problem-solving strategies, mental models, and more, this incredible collection is your bible of critical thinking. This collection is designed to arm you with the most powerful tools you need to reach your potential.

What you’ll discover inside:

  • The 40 powerful strategies to improve critical thinking
  • Subskills to find an answer to a problem and develop new ideas
  • How to make better choices using both logic and creativity
  • How to critically deal with fake news
  • The critical thinker’s toolkit
  • Advanced methods for effective argumentation
  • Brain games to boost your analytical thinking abilities 
  • Four surefire and lifesaver skills for decision-making
  • Several traits of critical thinkers you should imitate
  • Problem-solving exercises to boost critical thinking skills
  • Daily habits to embrace for mental toughness
  • And much more!

Whenever you have a problem, you must avoid decision-making based on emotions or prejudices and face it with a critical mind, instead. You will learn what you need to do in order to keep your brain elastic and working in a logical manner.

Improving critical thinking is part of your personal growth. You will learn how to feed your mind and reach your full potential.

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  • William Harhoff
  • 10-27-21

Trust the national newsstations??

The book starts well. Seems well organized with clear examples. But after a few chapters, it becomes repetitive, and with rather weak structure.

But what made me stop reading further (after the first book of the four), was when he talked about "fake news". He concludes that one should be really critical of ideological sources but at the same time, believe in the major national news stations. When I know that THEY ARE ideological and lie deliberately, elaborate but also completely arrogant, I know that this author himself is ideological.

I do not know what is worse: That he thinks that the news stations are objective and that one (all of a sudden) should not use critical thinking about what they claim, or that he himself has an agenda - consciously or not. It's so contradictory that you laugh.

But at least I got something out of the book.. I was critical enough to realize that this book does not have neutral intentions and is not worth losing more time on.