Think deeply! Think and keep thinking. Still, not everyone who thinks or thinks deeply is actually critical thinking. You can be highly intelligent or have vast knowledge but that doesn’t mean that you can think critically. Using intelligence and knowledge to reach one’s rationale viewpoint and objective in what a critical thinker does. The opinions and beliefs of a critical thinker stand on firmer ground. Better decisions and problems solving are more credible and supported by reasons and facts instead of false information and statements. According to Paul and Elder (2006), “Critical thinking is that mode of thinking—about any subject, content, or problem—in which the thinker improves the quality of his or her thinking by skillfully analyzing, assessing, and reconstructing it.” Critical thinking is then a process that will require effective knowledge and intelligence to reach the most reasonable answers in order to overcome the hindrances that constantly impede rational decisions. Critical thinking is not only important for business to make decisions, but it can be beneficial to individuals to better their daily life. Thus, a person who wants to accomplish critical thinking must adopt critical thinker’s attitude, overcome hindrances, identify and characterize arguments, evaluate information facts, and evaluate arguments.
Critical Thinker’s attitude
The proper attitude permits an individual to be more critical thinking proficiency. In order to attain such critical thinker attitude, one has to think with more open-mindedness, skepticism, intellectual humility, free thinking, and motivation. While he or she must be able to give up his or her own view point, investigations of claims have to be carried out with cautions recognizing which claims is valid enough to be investigated and which is not. The facts, information, and any supportive issues that will lead to a rational conclusion are only...