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  • 1. The Art of Thinking A presentation by Ms Laxmi Meena B.E Electrical (V sem.)
  • 2. From The Report Of Practical Training Program On Personality Development MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY (4 JULY TO 3 AUGUST,2007) Ms. Laxmi Meena Department Of Electrical Engineering
  • 3. What Do I Mean By The Art Of Thinking?
  • 4. What is thinking?
    • A logical process occurs in human mind. Depending upon surroundings and various other inputs through our senses.
  • 5. Factors of thinking
    • Tools
      • Reasoning Skills
      • Observation
      • Experience
    • Knowledge
    • practice
  • 6. What is art?
    • Disciplines, or those parts of disciplines, which do not rely solely on the scientific methods.
    • Creativity
      • Making something of your own.
      • Something that comes out of soul.
  • 7. Painting
    • To learn how to paint we need to learn how to
      • Draw
      • Geometry
      • Mixing of colurs
      • Light reflecting
      • Creating perspective (The appearance of things relative to one another as determined by their distance from the viewer)
  • 8. Adding Art into Painting
    • Find a way to express yourself creatively
    • Intuition
    • Uniqueness
    • communicating your vision
  • 9. Painting with thoughts i.e. art of thinking
    • Values
    • Where to apply?
    • What is worth thinking about?
    • Making sense!
      • To you
      • And to others
  • 10. Think better
    • Talking
      • form of thinking
      • (which is communication between various parts of mind)
      • Interplay of two minds
    • Experiment
      • Think differently
      • try a new type of canvas (think on paper, in poetry, in stories?), or a new subject matter
  • 11.
    • Watch & adapt
      • (watch the process of your own thoughts, learn from it, and adapt accordingly)
    • Intutions
      • Much of what we learn a level below consciousness
      • interplay between the conscious and unconscious
  • 12. "I think, therefore, I am."
    • Study God's Word
        • God's statutes keep us from being double-minded.
    • Read Great Books
        • go deeper
        • Read authors who stretch you and introduce you to other writings as well
    • Challenge the Mind
  • 13. "I think, therefore, I am."
    • We think, therefore we are .
    • We are, what we think
    • “ I CAN”
  • 14. Thank You!