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What Order Should You Improve Your Cognitive Functions In

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With 28 cognitive functions (thinking skills), we always have a few that need to be improved.

But does it make a difference which one you work on first?

3 Phases of Thinking

Thinking is made up of 3 phases:

  • Input - How you take in information
  • Elaboration - How to process information
  • Output - How you tell the world you know what you know

In each phase there are multiple cognitive functions. 

Although we don’t especially think or work in this order, when improving cognitive functions is a whole lot easier if we improve them in this order.

You'll be able to apply what we're talking about, if you first know how strong each of your cognitive functions are. 
Take this FREE assessment to find out. 

Basic Order

Once you know where each of your cognitive functions are standing, you'll want to begin working on them in order of the phases. 

By starting with improving the cognitive functions in the input phase, it will be easier when you get to elaboration phases and then later the output phase. 

For example, if you struggle with clear perception (input phase) and defining the problem (elaboration phase) and you start working on defining the problem first, it will be a lot harder for you, because the information you are taking in is not in a clear and organized manner. Once your cognitive function of clear perception is strong, when you get to defining the problem, it will be a whole lot easier.

Kay, we got our baseline - the 3 phases of thinking, but within those phases does it make a difference which ones we work on first?

Leveraging Strong Cognitive Functions

There are SOME cognitive functions that when you work on those first, it helps you with others, but here is where it gets sticky.

For the most part, I work with my clients on leveraging their stronger cognitive functions to improve their weaker ones.
For example, if you’re really good at collecting precise and accurate data but struggle with conserving constancies, you can leverage your strength by collecting precise information to see what is needed to conserve constancies.

Instead of stressing about what order to improve your cognitive functions in, work in order of the phases and then leverage your strengths.

Important Exceptions

Comparing, projecting virtual relationships and understanding reality - are needed to do some of the other cognitive functions.

If any of these 3 cognitive functions are very weak, it might make more sense for you to improve those first. 

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Cognitive Functions Assessment

Thinking is not one big thing. Thinking is made up of 28 parts, called cognitive functions.
Take the FREE assessment to see where each of your cognitive functions are currently at. 

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What Order Should You Improve Your Cognitive Functions In

CUSTOM JAVASCRIPT / HTML


With 28 cognitive functions (thinking skills), we always have a few that need to be improved.

But does it make a difference which one you work on first?

3 Phases of Thinking

Thinking is made up of 3 phases:

  • Input - How you take in information
  • Elaboration - How to process information
  • Output - How you tell the world you know what you know

In each phase there are multiple cognitive functions. 

Although we don’t especially think or work in this order, when improving cognitive functions is a whole lot easier if we improve them in this order.

You'll be able to apply what we're talking about, if you first know how strong each of your cognitive functions are. 
Take this FREE assessment to find out. 

Basic Order

Once you know where each of your cognitive functions are standing, you'll want to begin working on them in order of the phases. 

By starting with improving the cognitive functions in the input phase, it will be easier when you get to elaboration phases and then later the output phase. 

For example, if you struggle with clear perception (input phase) and defining the problem (elaboration phase) and you start working on defining the problem first, it will be a lot harder for you, because the information you are taking in is not in a clear and organized manner. Once your cognitive function of clear perception is strong, when you get to defining the problem, it will be a whole lot easier.

Kay, we got our baseline - the 3 phases of thinking, but within those phases does it make a difference which ones we work on first?

Leveraging Strong Cognitive Functions

There are SOME cognitive functions that when you work on those first, it helps you with others, but here is where it gets sticky.

For the most part, I work with my clients on leveraging their stronger cognitive functions to improve their weaker ones.
For example, if you’re really good at collecting precise and accurate data but struggle with conserving constancies, you can leverage your strength by collecting precise information to see what is needed to conserve constancies.

Instead of stressing about what order to improve your cognitive functions in, work in order of the phases and then leverage your strengths.

Important Exceptions

Comparing, projecting virtual relationships and understanding reality - are needed to do some of the other cognitive functions.

If any of these 3 cognitive functions are very weak, it might make more sense for you to improve those first. 

Your Challenge

Body

ST Rappaport Brain Coach for entrepreneurs png
1.png

Hi, I'm ST,

Just like you, I want to be more efficient and effective.

Most entrepreneurs want to grow their business but already got a lot of stress.
At LifePix University we help you rewire your brain to become more efficient and effective while experiencing more inner peace.
Learn more here.

3.png

Your Essential Guide

to Cognitive Functions

This guide will give you all you need to start improving your cognitive functions. Learn what all 28 thinking skills are, how they apply to you and what you can do today to begin improving them.

2.png

Cognitive Functions Assessment

Thinking is not one big thing. Thinking is made up of 28 parts, called cognitive functions.
Take the FREE assessment to see where each of your cognitive functions are currently at. 

Blog Images.png

11 Proven Ways to 

to Deepen All Your Relationships

You've heard about IQ and EQ, but have you heard about RQ? Relational Intelligence (RQ) is just as important as EQ, yet for some reason we never learn about it. This masterclass will give you 11 proven ways to deepen all your relationships

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We're on for 1M downloads

By the end of 2025

Can you help us reach our goal? 
Share this podcast with someone you love!












































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