Intellectual-Horsepower

Insight

Insight is inner sight, mental vision, or wisdom. Insight is the creative juice that authors, artists, linchpins, entrepreneurs, teachers, trusted advisers, and other creative geniuses flow and draw from.

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The More Distinctions You Make, The Smarter You Get

How to get smarter? Make more distinctions. The more distinctions you make, the smarter you get. You can get smarter.

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Jim Rohn on The Power of Ideas

We all need ideas. How to have a good day ideas, how to have a good year ideas, how to have your best year ever ideas, good health ideas, personal relationship ideas, how to deal with your family ideas, sales management ideas, financial freedom for the future ideas.

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The Six Filters for Truth

If you’re a “truth seeker,” you love the process. In the book, How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of the Story of My Life, Scott Adams shares Six Filters for Truth you can use to help you separate truth from fiction.

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Think Critically by Asking Why, What Else, and What If

What is a simple way to improve your critical thinking skills? Ask “Why?”, “What Else?”, and “What if?” It’s an easy way to probe issues and current thinking.

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