Life Hack: Six Thinking Hats

Life Hack: Six Thinking Hats

The “Six Thinking Hats” method, developed by Edward de Bono encourages individuals to think about a particular problem or situation from six different perspectives, represented by six different colored hats. The white hat represents objective and factual thinking, the red hat represents emotional and intuitive thinking, the black hat represents critical and negative thinking, the yellow hat represents positive and optimistic thinking, the green hat represents creative and innovative thinking, and the blue hat represents organizational and control thinking. By consciously switching between these different modes of thinking, individuals can more effectively explore a problem and generate more diverse and well-rounded solutions.

Notable links:

The media isn’t as powerful as who you follow online | The Post

“Writers don’t stop, they just keep going like the Energizer Bunny.” A conversation with Margaret Atwood. | The Guardian

Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Last Act: What happens when the Terminator turns 75 | The Atlantic

“To a disciple who was forever complaining about others, the Master said, ‘If it is peace you want, seek to change yourself, not other people. It is easier to protect your feet with slippers than to carpet the whole of the earth.’” – Anthony de Mello

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