The ART of Thinking: The WRIST Method: Part I


Let’s continue our discussion regarding the WRIST Method as we move to the third letter – I. I stands for Imagination and Play.

Change our Imagination and Play

When we get stuck in our thinking, sometimes it can be very helpful to take a deep look at our creative side. Perhaps we just need to spend time playing? Sometimes returning to when we were a young child may make for a wonderful afternoon AND a way to adjust our writing and critical thinking.

What makes you happy? What makes you laugh and giggle? Think of all the ways you could release your inner child to play.  When we change our imagination and play, we can change how we think.

Go on . . . laugh a little, play a little, remember what it is like to be a child again . . . see if this might just shift your thinking!

Be sure to share your stories regarding how this technique worked for you. Often this problem solving technique can work when we get stuck in our writing as well. We look forward hearing from you.*Smiles*

With respect,


Dr. Cheryl Lentz

Chief Refractive Thinker®

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July 26th, 2013 by admin

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