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"Think effectively, or how to solve problems more efficiently and achieve goals"

Seno itself is a series of very carefully prepared guides, which in many respects can be a model. One of her positions is "Think effectively" - the first book on smart thinking, which in detail answers the question of what effective thinking is.

Comfortable structure

The information provided in the book was carefully sorted, well divided into chapters and clearly explained. It is actually a tradition, if we take into account the previously reviewed items of the Samo Sedno series by Edgard. Thanks to this, we can read this book from cover to cover, as well as starting reading from the previously selected fragment, the most interesting place.

According to the principles of clever thinking, each chapter conveys three important information, because that's what we can remember, according to the author. In addition, considerations are enriched with numerous exercises, as well as at the very end is summary, which allows you to gather information and record it.

Smart thinking is not intelligence

Many programs, tests and competitions measure intelligence. Meanwhile, it turns out that it is not above average intelligence that guarantees achieving success in life. The basis is clever thinking that is based not only on causal knowledge, but also on clever habits.

That is why this book is being created. Interestingly, the first that deals with this topic. Fills the gap in the market and opens the field for further interpretation.

What habits disturb us in life?

All we have to do is repeat the action for several days (some scientists point to a specific number of repetitions) to develop a habit. In this way, you can not only motivate yourself to exercise, which we will miss with time and without which we will not imagine life, but also free yourself from addiction.

Art Markman draws attention to harmful addictions and habits and ways to fight them. Contrary to what many people suggest, you can't get rid of them, giving them up completely and leaving them empty, because unpleasant habits will return soon. The key is to replace some habits with others: clever habits, which, of course, requires time, consistency and diligence. However, without swapping one habit for another, there is no question of winning willpower. Who thinks so, according to the author, is wrong.

Specific tips

The extensive part of the guide, along with very interesting information, is devoted to specific tips on how to use the knowledge acquired each day in practice. The tips we can find here are so interesting and so much connected with everyday reality that you don't get the impression when you read this guidebook that we learn something that we have read many times and that you can easily find in the first better color newspaper for 2 zlotys at the kiosk.

Information, exercises and tips are provided really interesting and fresh. Therefore, the time spent on reading them can be considered at least well spent. If we carefully digest the specific guidelines contained in the book, we may be able to improve the efficiency of thinking and achieve better results in everyday study or work.