A life of a person who does not look critically at himself is not worth living, according to Socrates. Critical thinking is one of the most important skills for employees in the 21st century, according to the World Economic Forum. Critical thinking is not a luxury good.
That is just one of the reasons why it was great pleasure to give a lecture this week for Leiden University of Applied Sciences together with critical thinker, writer and lecturer Parisa Elah-Madadzadeh on the theme "Critical View and Economics": critical thinking from an economic perspective.
It was fun to do this with the lovely Parisa and great to contribute to education and critical thinking for students in the Netherlands.
For the lecture, follow the link below:
On Harry Bruintjes:
Since many years he's been helping his clients, many of whom are leaders and entrepreneurs, breaking through the obstacles that seem to be holding them back in creating new realities, in creating the life and businesses they want. Life's too short to be unhappy, unsure, or unfulfilled. He helps you learn to understand your current situation and develop better ways to handle the issues that are standing in the way of your new desired reality.