Thursday, March 4, 2010

Thinking Process

Working out a response or finding a solution to a problem involves Thinking. And one cannot think clearly if one’s “Thinking Process” is not organized.  This makes many confused and jittery when the right kind of approach or line of action is not taking a definite shape. So what to do? Nothing much – except clear your thinking process. Know how to do it. If you can, you will be successful in the end. 
Herein under is a process outline to think progressively and methodically. Just master these steps and you will find light at the end of the tunnel.
Concept Formation is the first step. There is lot of information to begin with. But all is too jumbled and vague. Unless we sift facts and correlate these, the concept cannot be formed, which is in fact a relationship between facts. So what is needed is to sift out the right kind of information which gets related to the main theme. 
When a relationship between or among concept is struck, it is known as the Principle formation. The principal formation, thus is the jump point for knowing what to do.
Comprehending, thus from the gathered information and the knowledge previously held on the subject, allows us to clearly draw lines for understanding, removing stumbling blocks and finding a clearer vision.
A clear understanding would allow us to better Problem Solving. This will clear all bugs that are in fact making our thinking process difficult and cluttered. When we reach this fourth step, our major worries should be half over.
But from now on, the going gets difficult as the next stage is that of Making Decisions. If we have worked our way right up to this stage with clear understanding to work out a road map, making decisions would be made simpler. But if we are still moving on with a bloated mind with cluttered information, one is likely to make bad decisions. So if you don’t see a bright light at the end of the tunnel, go back and find out where did you go wrong?
Once a decision has been made or a number of courses have been chosen, pitch team against each other to work out the best response. You may call it Research, Validation or whatever. Here, while doing so, one may find many fine-tuning ways and means to finalize a decision.
Oral Discourse could be the last step, where you would like to discuss with your colleagues and other people to finally take the right decision.


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