Hello Digital Book Today readers. The Book Buzz segment today features Think Well & Prosper: A Critical Thinking Guide by Steve Bareham (click to see all of his books). This is an excellent guide on the process of thinking and the benefits it has on the outcomes in our life. Remember that thinking is not the same as intelligence. This guide will give you get better outcomes in life by doing the steps of critical thinking before you make a decision. Many of the reviews mention that this would be a great process to teach to our children instead of waiting until they are older in life. Think Well & Prosper: A Critical Thinking Guide has been reviewed 5.0 stars on 11 reviews. Let this guide help you in your life and career. 0
“This is something all parents should teach their kids because it isn’t covered in school and what a tragedy that it’s not. I’m already analyzing my thinking processes more carefully and it does make a difference in the confidence I have in my planning, problem solving and decision making.” ~ Barb Mode, Amazon Reviews
“This book is a great guide for learning critical thinking skills. It’s really got me thinking about thinking and has given me new tools to improve mine!” ~ Danny, Amazon Review
Book Description: Do you want to be happier in life, advance more quickly in your career, and profit more in business? If you answered “yes,” think about how you think, because the way you work your brain holds the key. Do you know how to think critically? Remarkably, few people think about how they think. We tend to focus on thinking outcomes: decisions, plans, conclusions, and judgments. But these are the latter stages of thinking, so the focus is backwards and responsible, in large part, for results that aren’t always optimal.
Think Well & Prosper provides insights into the steps and structure of critical thinking. It reveals powerful thinking as a process that each of us can easily follow if we so choose. And the steps and sequences aren’t particularly complicated. The trouble with thinking better is simply that most people don’t really know what is involved to do it more effectively. Many think thinking just happens organically and that we can do it better by bearing down or by thinking harder (whatever that means). .… Read more on Amazon.
About the Author: Steve Bareham worked in management capacities in journalism, public relations, and marketing for 25 years before joining the teaching staff at Selkirk College. At the time of writing, he is the administrator of the Golf Club Operations Online Certificate Program (GCOOL) and teaches human resources, business communication, and marketing to resort/hotel, ski, and golf management students enrolled in Selkirk’s School of Hospitality and Tourism.
Steve has published 12 books to date, including The Last Resort, Harper Collins, Don’t Get Caught in Risky Business, McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Meta-Marketing, and Total Quality Marketing, through EduServ Inc.
His new releases include:
1. the two-book set PROGENETER, a work of fiction about life extension and the potential disaster that would spell for the planet.
2. HR in a Nutshell: How to Make Good Managers Great
3. Think Well & Prosper, a self improvement book
4. eBook author success guide
And coming this fall will be the first of 12-books in the Newton’s Law: Retribution series. The first fiction novel, titled Oral Hazard, focuses on the international food industry and how the book’s reluctant hero, John Isaac Newton, sets out to teach the mavens of those industries lessons to make them think about what they’re doing.
Get your copy of Think Well & Prosper: A Critical Thinking Guide on Amazon
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“It’s amazing how little we know about how we think. This book breaks the process down and makes it understandable. Just learning about what analysis really is and about reasoning being facts, evidence and research and not subjective opinions will help people think better. But there are dozens of other thinking concepts covered that take the mystery out of how to make our brains work better. Great book.” ~ Bernice, Amazon Reviews
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