These brain-training puzzles have been designed to help the reader think in new ways, with scenarios and tips specifically aimed at professionals who want to improve their skills in the business world.
Isn't it frustrating when you know that the solution to a problem is right before you, but you just can't see it?
Thinking and working out problems needn't be hard work - in fact, trying too hard can trap you in rigid thought patterns and blind you to unexpected but brilliant solutions. This enlightening guide will show you how to see and think in new ways. The advice will allow you to gain fresh understanding of your powers of perception, and through simple exercises you'll develop the skills to think in new directions.
This title includes an extended introduction with advice on how to think in new lateral ways, as well as a number of How to Think tips to improve those skills as you work through the book.
Charles Phillips is the author of more than 35 books, specializing in history, popular science & psychology, mythology, cinema and arts. After a degree in English at Oxford University, he took an MA in Film Studies in London. Before becoming an author he worked in a community video group in Mitcham, south London, and as a teacher.
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Table Of Contents:
50 puzzles to help you practise your new-found techniques, and full solutions with added commentary on what the puzzles will help to teach you.
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