Video: How To Develop An Analytical Mind
An analytical mindset presupposes the dominance of the left hemisphere of the brain over the right, reason over emotions, logic over images. People with this mindset prove to be good mathematicians and musicians. Location: Location: Playing chess is an excellent analytical "exercise". Thinking over the strategy of the game, predicting the reaction of the opponent, you train the left hemisphere. Try not to make random moves, but also do not think about the move for too long.
Solve math and logic problems. Learn the principles of programming and cybernetics. Read analytical articles from the fields of politics, economics, psychology and others. Learn to highlight the main points in the text.
Criticize the perceived information, doubt everything, even the most obvious things. Discuss controversial topics with friends. Ask logical questions to yourself. Consider opposing points of view and try to dialectically connect them into one whole, in parallel developing each of the hypotheses.
Plan your life. Plan pivot points for the coming day, week, month, year. Then analyze the results achieved. Make your analysis in the form of tables, diagrams, graphs. Celebrate dates and key events. So you can not only develop analytical thinking, but also competently organize your activities.
"Include" logic when communicating with people. Before you say anything, try in your mind to construct possible scenarios after one or another of your phrases. After this analysis, choose the optimal statement. This technique is very useful in resolving controversial and conflict situations.
It is not recommended to focus on one hemisphere, because the harmonious development of the personality should be versatile. The brain is a well-coordinated “cooperative”: the development of one hemisphere stimulates the development of the other, while the “overwork” of one of the hemispheres leads to general intellectual stagnation. It is no coincidence that famous mathematicians write excellent poetry.