We can find our path to solving problems effectively by using visualization. Visualization includes learning information that allows us to question and use the information to generate new ideas. The initial step you will take, such as developing information is essentially needed to solve problems, however when the mind receives raw materials, one must examine the data retained in the mind and shape it into something original.
Using visualization and affirmation allows us to learn new accurate information without using our judgment. The mind is able to use the most important information or material, which allows us to work through the information. We can develop the most transparent information, question it and then move to find solutions. This is start to problem solving.
Questioning Self in Critical Order –
Once you take in information, you should question what you heard and experienced. Next, you should examine your perceptions. Examine what you observed. Question the message you interpreted. Move to ask questions. Move into the second phase of critical thinking. How did you respond to the information giving to you? What were your reactions to the information? What did you write out in your mind? What new ideas did you mind create?
Once you have followed the steps, start to question what you learned. Use the critical thinking order of steps to find answers. Start with the purpose. Discover what purpose the information you retained holds for you. When it has purpose, then it is something to think about…but what if the information has no value to me?
What if I told you that over the many centuries, information with little value has lead to the most critical turn of events in our lifetime? If you think very closely, you will see that many of the inventions that are on the market today came from what most people would consider low-value notions. Use your visualization and think about what you thought was a dumb idea in the past, and visualize where the information led you today. Research the market so that you discover somewhat seemed to be dumb ideas that lead to some of today’s inventions. The writer is encouraging you to do the groundwork, rather than expect the writer to do it for you. The intent is to encourage you to direct your mind to continue learning.
When you gather information and retain it in the mind, you want to ask many questions in relevancy to the pieces of data your mind has gathered. Use the Where – what – how – when – who order to find your answers. For instance, where did you get the information? How reliable is the source you obtained the information? Who is the information source? Continue asking questions to solve problems.
You want to use visualizations in order to practice transforming the information you learned into something of value. Question the information again? Are any parts of the information retained usable, and can it help me solve my problems? Are the pieces of information able to help me make decisions? Can I develop new ideas from the information learned? How does the information help me expect something good in the future?
How does the question process assist me with problem solving?
Think about the processes of self-querying. Mull over all aspects of the process. First, start with the information learned. Think of the many situations you encounter. For example, how do you visualize education, job, financial burdens, single parenting, and so on? Think of these activities and responsibilities. Do you see them as interferences that cost you too much time? Do you see them as burdens that get in the way of your prosperity?
You want to reflect on the questions, because otherwise your mind will go into a dormant state, which leads to self-defeat. Examine your questions and answers thoughtfully.