Observation is constantly using sight, hearing, smell, and touch combined with your knowledge. Observation is the action or process of observing something or someone in order to gain information. Many of us may not be aware of the benefits of training our subconscious to observe which it does all the time, for your all experiences through their exposure to all your senses and transfer the relevant powerful information to your conscious mind this transfer does not happen automatically. For most of us, our default state tends to be ignoring what’s around us. But doing so makes us miss out on inspiration and fails to develop our curiosities. Because of this, the Winsi Book has designed Observation – the IELTS Writing task 2 to help you improve your observation skills.
Pay more attention to others than yourself. This is something that you’ll have to do to shift your focus outward. A lot of people aren’t observant. In two additional studies, the researchers continued to find that people with robust observation skills, whether inherent or learned through extensive training, showed superior creativity levels compared to other participants. The results are reported in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
All you have to do is turn your focus outward, slow down, and pay more attention to the details. Keeping an eye out for “new” things is easier said than done. You can’t just say to yourself, “I’m going to observe the world with new eyes today” and expect it to happen. How your powers of observation can impact your life, your happiness, your success, your relationships, your growth, and your leadership, and how to sharpen it.
“Bạn cần có tinh thần cởi mở trước khi tiến hành quan sát, cụ thể là có niềm tin tích cực rằng luôn có nhiều điều mà chúng ta có thể học hỏi được từ mọi người và thế giới xung quanh. Khi bắt đầu quan sát với niền tin này bạn sẽ có nhiều khả năng sẽ đạt được những kết quả tích cực. Trái lại nếu không cởi mở và thiếu niềm tin, thì việc quan sát của bạn sẽ không đạt được kết quả khả quan. In the words, cùng một vấn đề, bạn có thể thay đổi cách suy nghĩ làm cho nó trở nên vui vẻ và thú vị hơn hay không?” This is an excerpt from Winsi Book’s Writing task 2 in Thu Duc district that helps you improve your observation skills. It’s rare to find a writing book that will help you not only your IELTS skills but also your practical skills.
Observation shows you new things in life, reducing the dryness during your IELTS practice. The first creation in this IELTS is all thanks to the subtle observation experience of the book’s author. Learning and creating a purposeful subconscious observation habit and to transfer to our conscious whenever it is needed, in that instant. Observing is not the same seeing, seeing is passive. Similarly, listening is not the same as hearing, hearing is passive. It is a process of paying attention, intently and actively, so that you can gather specific information for later uses.
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