3 Ways To Master Analytical Thinking Without Breaking A Sweat

26 thoughts on “3 Ways To Master Analytical Thinking Without Breaking A Sweat”

  1. sean John, you should definitely take my Analytics 101 class. this had nothing to do with Analytical thinking, there were too many untouched variables, and you have not used any firm reasoning in the whole answer, Terrible Example to say the least.

  2. Great Teaching brother! There"s a one thing missing,,,That is Attitude,Just Teach with a enthusiasm And A Smile 🙂

  3. I like this ! I would include that NYC could have a little bit more pianos or tuners since that’s where the Broadway shows are and I image that they have more pianos needing to be tuned !!

  4. If you want to check if your thinking is analytical, here's a question: A bat and a ball cost $1.10 in total. The bat costs $1.00 more than the ball. How much does the ball cost? So if you solve this one correctly than you know the meaning and application of analytical thinking. If not, you're a logical thinker.

  5. my teacher is about to show this in my class FUCK FUCK SHIT I GOT HOEEEEESSSSSS CALLLING THE YOUNG NIGGA PHONNEEEEEE BITCH WHAT DROSE LIL PUMP BRRR FUCK DAMN SHITTTTTTTTTTT she wont show this now :))))

  6. With all respect, the Google question is a TERRIBLE question for analytical thinking exercise. What reasoning did he use to come up with his guess work? He could just as easily have guessed every house hold has 10 pianos. This is a profoundly flawed lesson. This is so bad, that I find it hard for anyone to think this video teaches you any thing useful. One would have to KNOW how many pianos there are. You would have to KNOW how many pianos a tuner can tune in one day, and if they typically work 5 days a week, etc. You would have to KNOW how often a piano needs tuned. Wild guessing gets you nowhere. I'm not surprised Google uses this kind of reasoning.

  7. Hi Sean! Do you think we can break down those layers even further and not only include households, but pianos in music stores and concert halls (such as Broadway, etc)? Thank you.

  8. Those gestures and mimics feels so learnt and fake. Not natural at all, makes me feel opposite than it should. I had to stop the video because it was so irritating. Sorry

  9. I am Mabel Saab, let me  first of all thank you for the video, you are excellent in your teaching,  and it is well taken. Continue to be excellent in teaching the easy 3 ways To Master Analytical Thinking Without Breaking A Sweat. I love this Course and the presentation. Be………. bless.

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