THE WHY OF CRITICAL THINKING

by, L. Michael Hall Ph. D. Why learn how to think critically? What’s so important about that? What will I miss if I don’t learn the critical thinking skills?

CRITICAL THINKING AND NEURO-SEMANTICS

by, L. Michael Hall Ph. D. If “the map is not the territory” then your mental mapping is only as good as it corresponds, structurally to the territory. This is obvious when we are trying to navigate the geographical territory.

CRITICAL THINKING AND COGNITIVE BIASES

by, L. Michael Hall Ph. D. How does it set with you to realize that you, like all of the rest of us, have numerous cognitive biases which are built into the way your brain and body works? How does it settle to know that there are numerous experiences in which you are more likely than not to distort information …

CRITICAL THINKING AND SELF-ACTUALIZATION

by, L. Michael Hall Ph. D. Who of all the people on Planet Earth has a better chance of successfully engaging in clear and focused critical thinking? The answer is – self-actualizing people!

CRITICAL THINKING AND YOUR PSYCHO-LOGICS

by, L. Michael Hall Ph. D. A very common assumption which is sure to get you in trouble is assuming that people are rational, reasonable, and logical in the same way.

CRITICAL THINKING AND META-STATES

by, L. Michael Hall Ph. D. At the primarily level critical thinking is the “Disciplined thinking that’s clear, rational, open-minded, and informed by evidence.” That is the kind of first level thinking that enables you and me to

THE NEXT BIG THINK: CRITICAL THINKING

by, L. Michael Hall Ph. D. In the past weeks, I’ve been writing about both Mindfulness and Critical Thinking. Now I want to put these together. Both are at the very heart of NLP and Neuro-Semantics. How do they connect?