Within the next five years the ability to solve complex problems would be the number one skill people would be desperately looking for.
However, development of this skill rests on three fundamental pillars, which are:
- Critical Thinking
- “Seeing” things differently
In this post, we focus on the skill of critical thinking. To do so, we draw inspiration from ten examples of critical thinking and critical thinkers that changed our world and our world views.
“Being bold enough to let your mind go where good arguments take you, even if it’s to places that make you feel uncomfortable, may lead you to discoveries about the world and yourself.”
(Critical Thinking: The Art of Argument, by George W. Rainbolt and Sandra L. Dwyer)