The Art Of Thinking In Systems: Improve Your Logic, Think More Critically, And Use Proven Systems
Would you like to think more complexly? Understand why certain things happen to you sometimes seemingly by chance, sometime seemingly by law? Or to become more productive finding shortcuts where no one else is looking? What about improving your relationships understanding why certain arguments truly
arise? What would you think if I told you that you can achieve these things by working smarter, not harder? I’ve yet to meet a person who wouldn’t say “Sign me up!” I, too, want all of those things for my life. I’m here to show you how it just might be possible with a shift in your thinking. A paradigm shift in the way you think about the world to systems thinking.
Everything in the world around us is part of a system. A system is a combination of both physical and abstract things, and how those things interact in relation to one another. Systems thinking is being able to examine and analyze ourselves and the things around us with the express purpose of being able to improve upon them. It requires us to be more observant and aware of the things that impact us, in both big and small ways, and then be willing to take the necessary steps to change the obstacles in our path.
Your whole life is a system. It is made up of a lot of parts that interact with one another. First, you have physical components like your body and the things around you that you can touch: your house, car, clothes, cell phone, books, etc.
Then we add in the abstract pieces to the puzzle: your beliefs, convictions, ideas, and values — everything that defines your core sense of self and makes you who you are on the inside. Finally, we incorporate the things in your life which you
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