Both the book and the report contain a number of exercises
for each thinking style. Here is a small selection of short
exercises designed to help you develop your flexibility for
those cognitive processes you may prefer not to use. Each
exercise gives an example of how to develop flexibility in
the particular dimension, followed by a review of how your
thought processes worked, then some tips on how to make it
easier in the future and comments on how these particular
skills are used. We will be adding to the selection of exercises
on a regular basis, so do re-visit us.
Involves a focus on the facts, and/or the use of data and
Relies on feedback from others and believes that others are
Big Chunk thinking
Focuses on general principles and summary information often
in terms of key points.
Often simplifies complex issues and prefers things to be easy.
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