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About the author:
In the development of this book, Aaron A. Bazin has researched thinking and critical thinking for over 10 years. He holds a Doctorate in Psychology from the University of the Rockies, and a Masters of Business Administration from Liberty University. He is a career U.S. Army officer with over 20 years of leadership experience at the highest levels of the Department of Defense, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, U.S. Central Command, and within the institutional Army. As an Army Strategist (Functional Area 59), he has successfully led numerous strategic and operational planning teams charged with tackling a wide variety of complex and dynamic problems. Aaron has served overseas in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Qatar, Iraq, Kuwait, Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates. He is the recipient of the Bronze Star and the Combat Action Badge, among other military awards. Aaron has authored numerous professional articles on strategy development, defense planning, and conflict intervention.


Tools to Build Your Mind

Authored by A. Bazin

Congratulations, you live in a world where you have almost limitless information at your fingertips! There are around seven billion people in our world creating around 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day. But now that you have all of the information you could ever want, what are you supposed to do with it all?

This book provides over 190 thinking models in a user-friendly format that will help you:

- Improve your overall thinking performance
- Better understand yourself and the way you think
- Sharpen your memory
- Expand upon the methods you use to analyze data
- Grow your evaluation skills
- Increase your ability to apply what you know, and
- Discover new ways to create solutions for real-world problems

The ability to think is the unique and special gift bestowed upon every individual. Many people, institutions, advertisers, and political parties are more than willing to tell you what you should be thinking. Just about everyone you interact with has opinions and beliefs that they wish to impart upon you. Fundamentally, this book is about how to think, which you should in no way construe as what to think.

Based on more than a decade of research, this book provides the tools you need with step-by-step instructions, detailed case studies, and illustrations to help you make your thinking the best it can possibly be.

Publication Date:
152271569X / 9781522715696
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.5" x 8.5"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Education / General

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