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an exercise in clear thinking: 11 rules for interpreting the worl
By Ugochukwu Chukwu
   

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Intelligence is the ability to accurately interpret the world fast enough to ensure your survival and progress. In a busy and disruptive world developing the ability to think fast and make accurate decisions fast is an indispensable skill. In this highly awaited masterpiece from the phenomenal learning Coach Ugochukwu Chukwu, he detailed vital exercises to make our thinking clear, our activities helpful, our actions successful and our life ethical. An exercise in clear thinking is not just a manifestation of brilliance or smartness; it is a manifestation of sufficient intelligence that is powered chiefly by courage. To think clearly you must develop the courage to question your assumptions, beliefs, and convictions. Taken as a whole, Exercise in Clear Thinking (ECT) offers a structured, vital, repeatable system for the long term success of any endeavor. Each chapter is carefully designed to clarify your thinking in a way that builds lasting significance and helps you make better decisions in your business, work and personal life. ECT is simultaneously a framework to create any successful project in the present and a tool for securing an enduring legacy in the future. In large and small ways alike, it will save you years of “trial and error” and make your most genuine of dreams to come true. These exercises are not the quick-fix, flavor-of-the-month strategies that are so prevalent in today’s world, Instead, they reflect the ageless truths about how to think thoroughly through a problem, deeply stir yourself into action, cultivate tremendous results and productivity and make the most out of your life. If you ever desire to consistently drive successful outcomes—in specific projects and life in general—while at the same time securing a lasting legacy by building an ethically rich life you need this book as a manual and trusted reference for life challenges. Noticed an error in this book? Send a mail to flag@okadabooks.com to report it

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