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Group Exercises

An Exercise to Engage Introverted Thinking

Aug 2nd, 2012

Introverted Thinking is an evaluation process that names, defines, and assesses if the determined name and definition are accurate and precise.  Through this naming and defining process, an understanding emerges.  It is this function-attitude that we use to name and define goals and values.

To engage this Introverted Thinking exercise, start with a general description or name, then work to make that description or name as precise as possible.  Think of it as continually improving how one has named or described something.  Work from the perspective that the name or definition can always be more accurate.   Never be satisfied that the definition is as good as it gets.

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