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If we owned a crystal ball enabling us to see the future, our plans would always succeed. Since crystal balls do not exist, visionary thinking is the next best thing. This book makes a concise argument that visionary thinking is not, as most believe, a rare extrasensory gift that a few lucky people inherit at birth. Instead, it can be developed as a skill by repeatedly mak If we owned a crystal ball enabling us to see the future, our plans would always succeed. Since crystal balls do not exist, visionary thinking is the next best thing. This book makes a concise argument that visionary thinking is not, as most believe, a rare extrasensory gift that a few lucky people inherit at birth. Instead, it can be developed as a skill by repeatedly making persuasive predictive arguments until doing so becomes a habit. Ordinary critical thinking can be learned by making reasoned arguments on a wide variety of topics. Visionary thinking can be developed into a skill by making reasoned arguments in which the conclusions are predictions of something that will probably happen. This book offers 20 predictions as instructive examples for the reader.


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If we owned a crystal ball enabling us to see the future, our plans would always succeed. Since crystal balls do not exist, visionary thinking is the next best thing. This book makes a concise argument that visionary thinking is not, as most believe, a rare extrasensory gift that a few lucky people inherit at birth. Instead, it can be developed as a skill by repeatedly mak If we owned a crystal ball enabling us to see the future, our plans would always succeed. Since crystal balls do not exist, visionary thinking is the next best thing. This book makes a concise argument that visionary thinking is not, as most believe, a rare extrasensory gift that a few lucky people inherit at birth. Instead, it can be developed as a skill by repeatedly making persuasive predictive arguments until doing so becomes a habit. Ordinary critical thinking can be learned by making reasoned arguments on a wide variety of topics. Visionary thinking can be developed into a skill by making reasoned arguments in which the conclusions are predictions of something that will probably happen. This book offers 20 predictions as instructive examples for the reader.

36 review for The Education of a Visionary: A Step Forward in Critical Thinking

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Very informative and I look forward in rereading this one.very happy to have won this free copy thru goodreads first read.

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    Shayda

    I won this book as part of the Goodreads giveaway for my honest opinion . This is my first book by this author. I just couldn't connect for whatever reason. Short and easy read. Reads more like a school text book, rather than a motivational book to become a better critical thinker. Did have some good points in the book, and makes you really think about some things. I won this book as part of the Goodreads giveaway for my honest opinion . This is my first book by this author. I just couldn't connect for whatever reason. Short and easy read. Reads more like a school text book, rather than a motivational book to become a better critical thinker. Did have some good points in the book, and makes you really think about some things.

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    Kasey

    Thank you for the opportunity to review this book as a giveaway recipient. I am excited to read it and will update my thoughts on this book soon!

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