In many cases, consideration of one element from a different perspective will reveal potential dangers in pursuing our decision. Glaser proposed that the ability to think critically involves three elements:  An attitude of being disposed to consider in a thoughtful way the problems and subjects that come within the range of one's experiences Knowledge of the methods of logical inquiry and reasoning Some skill in applying those methods.
And critical thinking is significant in the learning process of application, whereby those ideas, principles, and theories are implemented effectively as they become relevant in learners' lives.
A manager analyzes customer feedback forms and uses this information to develop a customer service training session for employees. Etymologically, then, the word implies the development of "discerning judgment based on standards.
Once you have clarified that aim for yourself you should use it as the starting point in all future situations requiring thought and, possibly, further decision making.
One has to be able to deal with changes quickly and effectively. Critical thinking is also considered important for human rights education for toleration. Critical thinking of any kind is never universal in any individual; everyone is subject to episodes of undisciplined or irrational thought.
Critical thinkers will identify, analyse and solve problems systematically rather than by intuition or instinct. Critical thinking should not be confused with being argumentative or being critical of other people.