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Incorporate these two principles
into your thinking and it will rise
above the mediocre thought so
common in all areas.
Whether you’re writing a paper
for school or picking a stock,
these two tips will help. Bathe
your thinking in these principles,
and if you ’re using them already,
use them more diligently. Then
step back and watch how your
work improves.
Here’s some background on
these two principles that have
guided me since my adolescence.
The first I discovered from a
great Christian philosopher
named St. Thomas Aquinas. A
brilliant 13th century Italian
thinker who died at 49, he left
behind a ridiculously large body
of very deep work (34 large
volumes). It would take most of
us a lifetime to merely copy this
much material, let alone actually
create it. It is said he would
dictate on diverse topics to 3-4
secretaries at a time.
The luminary who gave me the
second principle of clear thinking
was a 17th century Portuguese-
Jewish philosopher living in the
Netherlands named Baruch
Spinoza. He lived to age 44 and
only left behind seven works, but
his work was exceedingly
profound, original, and
revolutionary. His way of life was
as noble and as inspiring as his
I don’t recall either thinker ever
explicitly mentioning these
principles as such, but their work
was suffused with them. As a
result of extensive study of these
thinkers I was lucky to have had
them become a habit of my own

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