“Edward de Bono believes that thinking is an enjoyable skill, that it is neither a painfully boring duty nor a pile of facts and semantic tricks.
This skill can be developed directly – not as the by-product of a conventional education spent learning something else. This book offers a series of simple, but intriguing problems in thinking that require no special knowledge and no mathematics.
The problems are designed to let the reader find out about their own personal style of thinking, its weakness and strengths, and the methods, latent in themselves, that they never use. Being right is not always important – an error can lead to the right decision.”–Publishers description