|Event||Jean Moroney on Tackling Hard Thinking|
|Group||FROST (Front Range Objectivist Supper Talks)|
|Details||Weekend Seminar with Jean Moroney
Jean Moroney on "Tackling Hard Thinking"
In "Tackling Hard Thinking," Jean Moroney teaches practical techniques for guiding one's thinking when the task is challenging. The objective of the course is to teach methods for monitoring one's cognitive progress and strategies for re-directing one's thought when something blocks that progress. Specifically, Ms. Moroney teaches tactics for sustaining thinking despite four common problems which can bring the thinking to a halt: blankness, vagueness, overload, and floundering. The course is organized around these four problems. Although suitable for any adult, "Tackling Hard Thinking" is particularly relevant to professionals of all kinds.
|About FROST||FROST (Front Range Objectivist Supper Talks) brings nationally known and respected Objectivist speakers to Denver several times per year for delicious dinners and stimulating lectures on a variety of topics. Anyone is welcome, including people unfamiliar with Objectivism. If you are interested in attending FROST events, please join its mailing list. If you have questions, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.|