Productive thinking is a mental exercise with a focused intent on seeking for an answer to a probing question, searching for a solution to a nagging problem or finding possible or new ways of achieving a set goal. It is also a mental exertion for generating ideas or receiving creative insights.
Quoting from Wikipedia, productive thinking is solving a problem with insight.
According to Tim Hurson, the author of ” Think Better”, “The better you think, the more successful you can be. Great companies are better because they have better ideas, better plans, and better execution. Great people are better because they can think more clearly and creatively about where they want to go and how to get there”.
I have discovered in my personal study of successful people that they invest a good portion of their time on productive thinking more than any other activities or tasks. In doing…
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