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    Senior Member blanclait's Avatar
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    just like what you are doing now, just keep applying logic.

    do not hate it, tell yourself you like logic and it is a very vital function.

    no need to play games like sudoku or rubik's cube, etc. Unless you actually like these games. Being an INTP i dislike math. and the above games mentioned. Yet i'm very logical thinker.

    only logical game i like is chess. and some brain teasers.
    I even watch more NF related stuff, alot more than the NT stuff.


    In short:
    Just don't forget there are many ways to develop your logic. find the one YOU actually like. and enjoy it. That is the fastest and the most effective way to develop your logic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dee View Post
    Don't let my bosses see this thread, but I am afraid that my logic and reasoning skills are very poor. I think thats is why I feel inferior to my collegues especially in the computer hi-tech world.
    I just realized that this is my specific problem when attempting to play an easy game of sudoku for the first time....
    I need some help here, as I believe that if I work on it, it could get better.
    Any suggestions are extremely appreciated!!!!
    I need to develop this or my career will be going no where
    HELP!!! I need to get smarter!!!
    Even crazy hypnosis type ideas are welcome, so please anything....
    If you were unable to use logic, you would probably be dead (I would say insane, but even crazy people have a sense of logic) as you would be unable to learn and adapt. Clearly you are able to do so, so your logic circuits are working just fine. It's a part of human reasoning and everyone is able to rationalise to some degree.

    I personally think that if anyone gives you beef about being "irrational" or "illogical" you should tell them to shove it.

    And it's quite possible Sudoku isn't for you.
    "I took the one less traveled by,
    And that has made all the difference."

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    Quote Originally Posted by dee View Post
    Don't let my bosses see this thread, but I am afraid that my logic and reasoning skills are very poor. I think thats is why I feel inferior to my collegues especially in the computer hi-tech world.
    I just realized that this is my specific problem when attempting to play an easy game of sudoku for the first time....
    I need some help here, as I believe that if I work on it, it could get better.
    Any suggestions are extremely appreciated!!!!
    I need to develop this or my career will be going no where
    HELP!!! I need to get smarter!!!
    Even crazy hypnosis type ideas are welcome, so please anything....
    The logic games of many LSAT prep books were enjoyable for me to figure out. I sucked at them but they were challenging, and I did get better at logical thinking when studying them. The Kaplan LSAT course has some good lessons in logic games.

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    Does this help?

    Syllogism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    I think this is what's often thought of as logic.

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