How to become a better thinker

Take longer showers - Studies show that moments of insight often arrive when you’re not aware that you’re thinking of the problem, such as during a warm shower or a long stroll.

Don't think under pressure - When you're under pressure, your mind can become a messy blur, and you forget the basic details of something that's usually a no-brainer.

Exercise regularly - Regular exercise can help your blood circulate and bring enough oxygen to your brain. 

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Don't be too critical - Being too critical will make you trust people less at work and even in relationships. 

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Chewing gum - Research suggests that chewing gum increases memory and concentration as it increases oxygenation to the brain.

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Think about thinking - Many scientists argue that this skill, known as metacognition, is the best predictor of good judgment.

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Play mind games - These games can also help you develop strategic and critical thinking skills.

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Look ahead - Having specific goals and planning how to achieve them will help your mind focus on what's necessary.

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Empty your mind - Sometimes you need to clear your mind, especially when you're dealing with stress or anxiety.

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Get enough sleep - Lack of sleep makes you irritable and absent-minded because your body and brain have run out of energy. This will result in poor judgment.

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Take a class - If you're the kind of person who wants an expert to structure your learning, take a class or even a course in critical thinking, rhetoric, or communication.

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Control your mind from overthinking - The best way to stop yourself is by keeping your mind busy with productive things and diverting your attention to something else.

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Don't be stuck in the past - Being stuck in the past will keep you bitter and affect your thoughts.

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