Thought-Process

 

Thought Process

Thought process refers to the way an individual is wired to think on a regular basis, influenced by unique personal experiences. The thought process is classified as either conventional or unconventional.

 

Conventional

They are tried-and-tested-focused thinking people who tend to follow solutions that are already proven to work. They tend to be organised, consistent, persistent, predictable, logical, rigid, and self-disciplined. They tend to use associations from past successes as the foundation of confidence for solutions to present situations.

 

Unconventional  

They are creative-focused thinking people who tend to think outside the proven solutions to create new solutions or improve the existing ones. They tend to be spontaneous, creative, imaginative, novel-oriented, unpredictable, inconsistent and revolutionary. They tend to talk about positive possibilities as the foundation of confidence for solutions to present situations.