The critical thinker has a technical mind and an ability to think about actions and tasks and problems from a logical perspective. They can for example troubleshoot and tell you what you are doing wrong or how to do something better.
The Critical Thinker
Introverted thinking is one of the four evaluative powers: powers that help you troubleshoot and understand what is right and wrong, and good and bad.
A critical mind is full of questions and the idea that there is a rational way for things to work.
The values of a critical thinker is to figure out or to solve a problem. It is the satisfaction you feel when you are able to figure something out.
When other people get stuck on problems, you can see how to get them out of it. Critical thinking is a resource, something you can use to stay ahead of a situation. The knowledge you acquire makes you valuable and you can sell and use this knowledge to put yourself ahead in society. And you can use it to help other people, too. It is something to take pride in and to nurture in yourself.
If you possess a critical disposition, and you’re inclined to question and to wonder how things work. Well, that’s a gift. At times, that can cause you to feel disconnected from other’s, but being able to think critically about them, does not mean disliking them. It has nothing to do with liking or disliking another person. It can in fact be an expression of love and care and wanting to help another person.