Anne Robinson, Karen Saxby
What sets us apart from other forms of life is the ability to think of ourselves and for ourselves. So, although there is no doubt that we think, the real question is: How many of us know how to think to our full potential? Answer: Not many! But now we have the "How to Think" puzzle book series. If you want to boost your brain's performance, and learn how to think clearly and effectively in any given situation, read these books, and tackle these puzzles. The ability to think logically will help you to see the wood for the trees and allow you to make effective, reasoned decisions, even when faced with stressful situations. Everyone can improve their logical-thinking abilities - it just takes an understanding of some basic principles and a good deal of practice. Even if you don't think of yourself as a logical thinker, you'll be amazed at the ways in which you can train your brain to think things through and come up with the right solutions. This title includes some basic exercises and logic puzzles to focus your brain and help you practise what you've learnt elsewhere in the book.