For International Women’s Day this blog is sharing a series of articles that explore the thinking strategies of several brilliant minds that are worth exploring. Each offers several unique strategies and tips for how to apply them in your own life.
These articles are part of the Brilliant Thinkers series, which explores the thought processes, working habits, and decision-making principles applied by intellectuals who profoundly impacted the world with their discoveries and the way they challenged the status quo.
- Mae Jemison: the power of developing multifaceted skillsMarch 8, 2022
- Rosalind Franklin: the power of unbounded curiosityMarch 8, 2022
- Vera Rubin: The power of evidence-based visual thinkingMarch 8, 2022
- Elizabeth Blackwell: the power of applied educationMarch 8, 2022
- Simone de Beauvoir: the power of intellectual advocacyMarch 8, 2022
- Aspasia: the power of debate and collective learningMarch 8, 2022
- Katherine Johnson: the power of questioning the rulesMarch 8, 2022
- Jane Goodall: the power of experimentation and convictionMarch 8, 2022
- Ada Lovelace: the power of imagination and poetical scienceMarch 8, 2022
- Marie Curie: the power of sharing radical ideas with the worldMarch 8, 2022
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