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  • The first 500 people to click the link in the description are going to get a free two-month trial to Skillshare where you can easily

    前 500 位點擊下方資訊欄連結的觀眾將獲得 Skillshare 前 2 個月免費試用的優惠

  • Learn to start your own YouTube channel or business. The major advantage that humans have over every other species is our ability to think rationally.

    Skillshare 可以讓你輕鬆學習架設 YouTube 頻道或學習商業知識。人類與其他物種相比的主要優勢在於理性思考

  • It's allowed us to build cities, cars, computers and essentially bend nature to our will, the quality with which we think


  • determines the quality of our future. It's undeniable quality thinkers are critical thinkers.


  • In my last essay you may have seen that after the first two years of college,


  • 45% of students showed no gains in critical thinking,

    45% 的學生沒有批判性思考的能力

  • 45% that's almost half, it's frightening because the same system that made our cities

    45% 將近一半,這是個可怕的數字,因為學校這個讓我們的城市

  • so powerful, school, is now becoming a system of


  • indoctrination for our young. The quality of our future is defined by the quality of our thinkers.


  • The quality of our thinkers is determined by their abilities to think critically.


  • Before we can dive deeper into critical thinking, we need to discuss rational thinking, so let's define rational thinking,


  • a perfectly rational being which doesn't exist makes decisions purely based on Logic data and empirical evidence.


  • Let's assume that it's the highest form of conscious thought,


  • critical thinking can be seen as a necessary step towards perfectly rational thinking,


  • a critical thinker thinks offensively, they take active ownership of their learning and understanding,


  • just as a bodybuilder finds a natural habitat in the gym, the critical thinker finds enjoyment in mental strain


  • They know a tough mental workout will strengthen their ability to think rationally.


  • A passive thinker thinks defensively how can I fit in? what will make people accept me?


  • what will help me pass this test? They avoid mental strain and outsource the difficult thinking to others. They default on the opinion of experts


  • Instead of forming their own. A critical thinker thinks in terms of systems,


  • but a passive thinker thinks in terms of goals; The passive thinker asks


  • what will get me an A on this essay? The critical thinker asks

    這篇文章怎樣獲得 A ?批判性思考者問的是

  • what are the traits of an excellent essay? The end result for both is the same:


  • a perfect grade. On the surface, the two paths may seem the same,


  • but they're not. The critical thinker formed a system that can reproduce the same result in multiple situations for various people


  • but the passive thinker achieves the result in a specific scenario.


  • The passive thinker is focused on outputs while the critical thinker is focused on inputs.


  • This is a very subtle, but important difference in character


  • So what benefits do habitually critical thinkers obtain over others?


  • Firstly, they're better at decision making. Critical thinkers are less likely to make sudden judgments without a clear understanding of the information at hand.


  • As a Result, they're less likely to make irrational and emotional decisions or be manipulated by others.


  • Secondly, they're more empathetic.


  • Critical thinkers understand that we all have our own unique view of the world.


  • They avoid judging others until they have attempted to step into their shoes and try to understand how they see the world


  • This ability helps them diffuse tense situation and aids in persuasion.


  • It's an essential skill for any great leader or teammate.


  • Critical thinkers are deeper learners. When they don't know something, critical thinkers admit that they don't know.


  • They only speak on topics that they have actively studied for themselves, and lastly, critical thinkers are more creative


  • without critical thinking, creativity would not exist.


  • If creativity is the creation of something original, then critical thinking is a crucial part of the recipe.


  • Critical thinkers refuse to blindly accept the ideas and values of others, which results in the generation of new ideas.


  • So critical thinking is important and beneficial, but how does one become a critical thinker? That's what we'll discuss in the next video


  • Thanks to Skillshare, the first 500 people to click the link in the description are going to get a head start and making their

    感謝 Skillshare ,前 500 位點擊下方資訊欄連結的觀眾將領先一步

  • passion a full-time job.


  • Whether that's potentially creating your own successful YouTube channel,

    不管是可能成功架設自己的 YouTube 頻道、

  • business or even becoming an expert under the topics of photography, writing or videography, Skillshare has got you covered.

    商業知識,甚至成為攝影、寫作、錄像項目下的專家, Skillshare 都有包括

  • One of the most common questions


  • I'm asked is how I make these videos? and the answer is I use a software called Adobe Illustrator to create my assets and then

    如何製作這些影片?而答案是我會用一個稱為 Adobe Illustrator 的軟體去創造有用的東西並且

  • I use a software called After Effects to animate it all together.

    使用一個稱為 After Effects 的軟體將所有的東西結合成動畫

  • These are immensely powerful tools that can make even the most ambitious projects a reality.


  • But they come with a pretty steep learning curve, Skillshare has thousands of courses designed to help you learn a new skill.

    但這需經過相當險峻的學習曲線, Skillshare 有著上千個學習新技能的課程

  • Learn to start your own YouTube channel with an easy-to-follow course like After Effects for beginners or illustrator for beginners.

    透過易於遵循的課程,像是初學者的 After Effects 課程或是初學者的 Adobe Illustrator 來架設個人 YouTube頻道

  • Whether it's a school project, a business venture or even starting your own YouTube channel these great tutorials will give you the perfect head start.

    不管是一個學校專案、一個創業計劃甚至是架設個人 YouTube 頻道,這些超棒的工具將讓你獲得領先優勢

  • Again, the first 500 to sign up with the link below

    再次強調,前 500 位位點擊下方資訊欄連結的觀眾

  • will get two months of learning for free, after that, it's just $10 per month.

    將獲得 2 個月免費學習,之後每月酌收 $10 的優惠

  • Thanks to Skillshare further support and to all those helping the channel.

    感謝 Skillshare 的進一步支持以及所有幫助此頻道的人

The first 500 people to click the link in the description are going to get a free two-month trial to Skillshare where you can easily

前 500 位點擊下方資訊欄連結的觀眾將獲得 Skillshare 前 2 個月免費試用的優惠

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