I Can See Clearly Now: Three Steps to Smart Thinking
Have you ever struggled with a problem at work or at home, and wished you could think about it in a razor-sharp way that would make the answer suddenly clear? It’s possible to think like that, by learning a three-step process that cuts cleanly through faulty arguments, confusing information, our own and others’ biases – and all the other barriers that cloud our ability to make a decision.
This is not some fad approach – it’s actually based on one of the most widely used tests for cognitive ability, the Watson-Glaser™ Critical Thinking Appraisal. That’s been around since 1925.
It’s easy to remember the three-step process – Just think RED: Recognize Assumptions. Evaluate Arguments. Draw Conclusions.