Good problem-solving skills are essential, allowing us to overcome obstacles and take the best course of action. This article will examine divergent thinking and how fostering divergent thinking can help develop your problem-solving skills. Then we will look at what mind mapping is and how it can help you become a more divergent thinker.
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Mind is a creative, multidimensional, imagination factory that cranks out limitless thoughts instantly, continuously, consciously and even subconsciously. There is at least one thought striving for attention on your mind. As humans, such process is a natural mind activity. Nevertheless, if not managed efficiently, your mind will subconsciously make you feel that you have a ton of things to do; and heighten your anxiety for things that are even insignificant. It is undoubtedly that the mind has the innate ability to keep track of things that need to be done, but keeping track of all these things as well as transforming them into actions in timely manner can be very intricate and demanding for the mind. The keys to unlock this complex situation are below stated, explained with illustrations in a bid to enhance elucidation.
A study by the University of California, San Diego revealed that the average US citizen consumes 100,500 words via email, Social Networks or a myriad of other digital methods. This content overload often leaves us feeling like we are drowning in an unprecedented deluge of data.
Modern society now firmly resides in the digital age where our brains will often struggle to process the wealth of information. This often leaves many to wonder how we can continue to think straight and make sense of this constant bombardment.