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Judge on first impressions and intuition.
Focus on their own opinions.
Look only for ideas like their own.
Are guided by feelings rather than thoughts.
Claim that thinking gives them a headache. Four Common Decision Making
1. Snap decisions
Don’t jump to conclusions! 2. Narrow thinking
Broaden your vistas! 3. Sprawling thinking
Don’t beat around the bush! 4. Fuzzy thinking
Keep it sharp! Keep it relevant! Refine Your Reasoning
Be willing to argue
Use deductive reasoning
Check your assumptions
Know your own biases
Stay positive and persistent
Show concern for accuracy
Take time before concluding Nurture Your Own Creativity
Don’t accept other people’s blueprints.
Be vigilant about what others can’t see.
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- Spring '14