- 1. Strategic Thinking
- 2. Cumulative Thinking
- 3. Butterfly Thinking
- 4. Independent Thinking
- 5. Focused Thinking
- 6. Philosophical Thinking
- 7. “Mad” Thinking
- 8. Friend Thinking
- 9. Reading Thinking
- 10. Envious Thinking
- 11. Analogical Thinking
- 12. Empathetic Thinking
- 13. Death Thinking
1. Strategic Thinking
⇒ Spend more time in thinking and planning before executing
2. Cumulative Thinking
⇒ Collect everything to rematch and reuse thoughts
3. Butterfly Thinking
⇒ Jump from thoughts from a direction to another in a specific mood and free mindset. Anxiety is the first obstacle of creative thinking
4. Independent Thinking
⇒ Imagine that it’s only related to your way of seeing reality, without external authorisations or influence from masters
5. Focused Thinking
⇒ Describe any experience with a specific and meaningful way of interacting; don’t be vague
6. Philosophical Thinking
- What I’m anxious about?
- What I’m mad about?
- What’s something that excites me?
7. “Mad” Thinking
⇒ Imagine that you have non chance to fail
8. Friend Thinking
⇒ Listen with care and love
- Why do you think it may be?
- Can you say more about how that was for you?
- How did that leave you feeling
9. Reading Thinking
⇒ Become interested not only in what the author says but in what we might think
10. Envious Thinking
⇒ Understand what you really like from people you admire-
11. Analogical Thinking
⇒ Mix and match different fields to have another perspective
- If your problem is a moment in history, it would be...
12. Empathetic Thinking
Use yourself as a guide to unlock the secrets of others.
13. Death Thinking
⇒ Consider your existence that’s short
- What sort of a relationship would you like to have?
- What parts of the world would you like to see?
- What kind of job is fit for your talent?
- What is your mission and purpose?