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Decisions We Make: How To Figure Things Out - Inductive Reasoning versus Deductive Reasoning is a most unusual book where the reader is taught how to figure things out using a step-by step process developed by one of the nation’s leading behavioral scientist and best-selling author, Dr. Treat Preston. This book addresses such issues as the decisions we make, deadly decisio Decisions We Make: How To Figure Things Out - Inductive Reasoning versus Deductive Reasoning is a most unusual book where the reader is taught how to figure things out using a step-by step process developed by one of the nation’s leading behavioral scientist and best-selling author, Dr. Treat Preston. This book addresses such issues as the decisions we make, deadly decisions, inductive reasoning, deductive reasoning, reasoning skills, argumentation and debate, argumentation critical thinking in action. It leaves no stone unturned in its effort to teach its readers the value of being able to figure things out and developing a habit of proper decision making. Here is the TABLE OF CONTENTS: DISCLAIMER AND TERMS OF USE AGREEMENT: Introduction – There Are Two Sides to Every Argument Chapter 1 - Laying A Proper Foundation Chapter 2 – Inductive Reasoning Chapter 3 – Deductive Reasoning Chapter 4 – Intellectual versus Emotional Decisions Chapter 5 – Why We Must Decide Chapter 6 – Summing It All Up I Have a Special Gift for My Readers Meet the Author The topic of “figuring things out” is not a subject taught in schools and it should be. Learning at a young age the art of reasoning and thinking is an essential tool to take from childhood into adulthood. Decision making should be based on facts and not emotion. Once all of the facts are garnered, a person is free to decide on what side of an argument they actually believe and reside but the decision should be based on fact and not emotion.


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Decisions We Make: How To Figure Things Out - Inductive Reasoning versus Deductive Reasoning is a most unusual book where the reader is taught how to figure things out using a step-by step process developed by one of the nation’s leading behavioral scientist and best-selling author, Dr. Treat Preston. This book addresses such issues as the decisions we make, deadly decisio Decisions We Make: How To Figure Things Out - Inductive Reasoning versus Deductive Reasoning is a most unusual book where the reader is taught how to figure things out using a step-by step process developed by one of the nation’s leading behavioral scientist and best-selling author, Dr. Treat Preston. This book addresses such issues as the decisions we make, deadly decisions, inductive reasoning, deductive reasoning, reasoning skills, argumentation and debate, argumentation critical thinking in action. It leaves no stone unturned in its effort to teach its readers the value of being able to figure things out and developing a habit of proper decision making. Here is the TABLE OF CONTENTS: DISCLAIMER AND TERMS OF USE AGREEMENT: Introduction – There Are Two Sides to Every Argument Chapter 1 - Laying A Proper Foundation Chapter 2 – Inductive Reasoning Chapter 3 – Deductive Reasoning Chapter 4 – Intellectual versus Emotional Decisions Chapter 5 – Why We Must Decide Chapter 6 – Summing It All Up I Have a Special Gift for My Readers Meet the Author The topic of “figuring things out” is not a subject taught in schools and it should be. Learning at a young age the art of reasoning and thinking is an essential tool to take from childhood into adulthood. Decision making should be based on facts and not emotion. Once all of the facts are garnered, a person is free to decide on what side of an argument they actually believe and reside but the decision should be based on fact and not emotion.

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