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How to improve logical thinking

 
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Hi Friends,
I am good at concept but I not able to implement logic in I mean in other way how can I improve my logical thinking . I am taking too much time to complete my task ,I am not getting right way to approach a task to complete with in time. Please let me know how to implement logical thinking and programming skills. I dont have proper logical and programming skills how to improve it.


Thanks in Advance,
Rahul.
 
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Practice Practice Practice
 
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I think it will be rather hard for someone to tell you how to improve the way you think. The thing is, you know what the problem is, you can only practice and get better. If you find yourself taking too long to complete a task, make a decision on the way you want to go and start doing it. If it is wrong you can start again. I think you are scared of making a mistake and want to get it right first time, but there is nothing wrong in learning from mistakes.

Important thing is to make a decision and not linger too long on thinking about "what-if" and "maybe". Just do it.
 
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Rahul Noel wrote: I am taking too much time to complete my task ,I am not getting right way to approach a task to complete with in time.



So you think your problem is that you aren't thinking fast enough?
Who is setting your deadlines? Why are you agreeing to them if you have problems meeting them?
Do you have a problem with time management (i.e. you get distracted, find yourself working on things not central to the problem at hand)?
 
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