Writing to think better by Octopus Intelligence

This article is called writing to think better and describes how we use a pencil and note book to help with our intelligence analysis and reporting.
By: Octopus Intelligence
NOTTINGHAM, U.K. - Nov. 7, 2020 - PRLog -- Using a pen or pencil and a piece of paper and writing your thoughts down helps you think better. Your mind is full of ideas, and you have it all in your head all the time.

Who is more intelligent?

Who is more intelligent? The person who can recite 20 number in order over an extended period? Or the person who writes them down on a piece of paper? Which of the two people will perform better and have more capacity to extend the number recital to 200, 2,000 or even 100,000 numbers in order?

Yes, keeping more things in your mind makes you more intelligent, but it's holding the critical stuff in there that matters. Also, no matter how clever we are, we all need some help, especially when media is bombarding us with so much information.

Writing is good for your mind

The process of writing helps people with stress and coming to solutions than judging success on what you write about what you are thinking about a subject. It's likely that if you don't write down your thoughts and ideas, you have, then some of them will never exist.

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