Conny Jasper

Thinking in Four Dimensions

Posted on: April 28, 2015

A dimension is a measurable feature of space, length, area, and volume. Our thought processes also function in terms of dimensions from basic features to complex facets.

We consider things linearly, spatially, figuratively, and intuitively. Each type of thinking is necessary for different tasks. Often these cognitive processes are combined.

Depending on the nature of the task, your mind either follows a step by step process, or it follows a holistic, multi-directional conception of a problem and its solution.

When you engage the full capacity of your mind, you consider things more clearly and produce more effective results.


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