John Saddington was doing some research on critical thinking and found it could be defined by asking three questions of any given situation:
What’s not there?
What should be there instead?
This sounds incredibly easy, but I’d venture to say it isn’t. However, I know when I try and make a decision I inevitably over-complicate things. Asking these questions should be a way to lessen that monkey-brain thing I have.
I need to test this out with a major decision, but I’m having trouble figuring one to use…