Success ch.4

  1. Perspective
    A characteristic way of thinking about people, situations, events, and ideas.
  2. Argument
    A set of connected ideas, supported by examples, made by a writer to prove or disprove a point.
  3. Statement of Opinion
    Is information presented as objectively real and verifiable ("The internet is a reseach tool").
  4. Assumption
    A judgment, generalization, or bias influenced by experience and values.
  5. Statement of Fact
    A belief, conclusion, or judgment that is inherently difficult, and sometimes impossible, to verify ("The internet is always the best and most reliable research tool").
  6. Bias
    A preference or inclination, especially one that prevents evenhanded judgment.
  7. Brainstorming
    Letting your mind free-associate to come up with different ideas or answers.
  8. Emotional intelligence
    The ability to perceive, assess, and manage one's own emotions and understand the emotions of others.
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Success ch.4
Chapter 4