Critical Thinking Exercise

Mystery of the U.S. President

Thinking Critically Consider, “the only president measured tested subjective with high ideaphoria and inductive reasoning and low structural visualization. His educational background was not in law,” according to Margaret Broadley in Your Natural Gifts How would you make an educated guess as to which president the author meant? Hint: All clients of JOCRF are confidential, […]

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Thinking Critically & Solving Problems

Logic in the Real World The ability to evaluate arguments, claims, or situations and solve problems in one’s business and personal life is the most valuable skill that a potential entrepreneur can possess. I grew interested in the issue once I realized my understanding of the subject was superficial. Furthermore, I found most of the […]

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