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Distinguish causes vs. consequences

Distinguish causes vs. consequences: Critical Thinking
Distinguish causes vs. consequences: Critical Thinking

When there's an issue, think backwards and then forwards. Backwards to get to true root causes so you can solve the issue, and forward to avoid any negative consequences that can reasonably be avoided

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