Lean Business Tips #61- Make Time to Think

Thinking means concentrating on one thing long enough to develop an idea about it.

Lucky people encounter plenty of opportunities by thinking clearly and logically about the cause and effects of the problems.

The art of thinking is not being taught at school. But, with great discipline one can learn the art and use it for his or others’ benefit.

We are used to seeing reality as a very complex and unsolvable one. Also, by blaming others for the existing problem we come out of reality and look to find shreds of evidence for all our false assumptions.

If you want to think better, stop blaming others and remove your thinking from false assumptions by questioning them.

By Surender Gowthaman

Blogger, Theory of Constraints-Lean-Six Sigma Practitioner, Lead Auditor in QHS

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