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How to practice nuanced thinking

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Anne-Laure Le Cunff
Ness Labs
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Nuanced thinking leads to more constructive conversations.

Trap of polarized thinking

  • Difficult to listen to another's view point when invested in yours being right
  • Difficult to compromise when invested in other person being wrong
  • Reality is much more complex than an "all-or-nothing" statement

How to practice nuanced thinking

  • Pay attention to automatic responses
  • Beware of false dichotomies
  • Avoid over generalizing
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