System one or fast

System one or fast, quick, rapid and immediate thinking system two or slow, lazy, lengthy, prolonged and long- delayed thinking. System one is part of the dual process view, quick, automatic, unconscious, immediate, and instinctive. It relies on feelings and intuition and is established on previous knowledge and beliefs. System one is quick, automatic, emotional, operates relatively fast, and successfully. System one thinking is impulsive, direct that uses quick judgment. System two is prolonged, consistent and thought through. System two is more pondered thinking and patience. System two is also part of the dual process view slow, controlled, logical, conscious and deliberative. System two is more cognitively operates relatively slowly, and conscious.
System one is reactive thinking it relies heavily on situational indications, extended memories, and experimental error to quickly and confidently at the judgment, particularly when situations are familiar and immediate action are required. Using reactive thinking effectively can reduce the amount of time spent overthinking something that can be solved more quickly. Some of the advantages of system one thinking when making decisions include decisiveness when needed, improved time management and perceived credibility and reliability. Another advantage is that it enables quick response to danger. Some disadvantages include mistakes made if used often, overlook details, and missed opportunities. When I think of system one thinking I think of the everyday task that I do throughout the day, for instance by brushing my teeth, taking a shower, and making my bed. I don’t have to think very hard and long about these everyday tasks.
System two is our more reflective thinking it is useful for making judgments when you find yourself in an unfamiliar situation and have more time to figure things out. It allows your mind to process concepts, to deliberate, to plan ahead, to consider option carefully, to review and revise your situation or circumstance. System two is broad and informed problem solving and deliberate decision making that relies heavily on information, deliberation, time, planning and comprehensive consideration. It’s useful for judgments in unfamiliar situations, for processing abstract concept, and for deliberating when there is time. Some of the advantages of this system include improved critical thinking and problem-solving skills, forced consideration of logical arguments. Some disadvantages too much time spent to make a decision too much thought put into routine decisions, decreased time management. It focuses our attention and requires a great deal of effort, in work, relationships, self- control it just about everything and it improves our ability to make decisions.
System thinking helps us solve problems in a new a different way. Every day we gain experience we are able to handle daily activities because we train our brains through our experiences as we gain more experiences, we can do more things automatically. In our daily life’s we are constantly faced with making decisions we are aware that there are no perfect solutions, the choice we make today can impact tomorrow. These two systems of thinking can be influenced by the different circumstance which we are handling at the particular time. They both work and do different things or similar tasks depending on the situation. System one is that one observes the environment its automatic like driving your car. System two is the specific situation like solving math problems, riding a bike, it’s things that require attention in order to do or process. If I could choose one of the two thinking systems the first being fact, automatic and doesn’t require much energy. The other is slow, requires a lot of energy, I think I would pick system two because when I making a decision I prefer to gather information, consider my options, explore possibilities, and reflective judgment. Although it is slow, it is also more logical, considered, and rational than system one thinking.
Writing Prompt #3: Mental Ruts
Problem is a situation in which we’re faced with an initial state, a goal state, a set of rules that must be followed, and a set of obstacles that must be overcome. The process of problem-solving involves in moving from an initial state to a goal slate, in the face of constraints that must be observed and obstacles that must be overcome.
We are all faced with problems in our daily lives in academics, at work in everyday life. As a college student, that takes 15-18 credit semesters. Time management is a critical problem in my daily life. At times, it seems impossible to stay on top of everything. Procrastination is a common problem I face If there is one thing all students can relate to, it’s there seems to never be enough time in the day to complete the massive amount of school work one has to do.
In actuality, if we’re talking about time, the reality is that there is never enough time for anything at all. Time is something you can lose and never get back. I’m always wishing I had more hours in the day. Every moment of every day is accounted for, down to the second. I get up, go to work for 4 to 8 hours, attended class, get home begin on the massive amount of reading and homework, then write 4 essays, take several quizzes, read more and study all night for exams. Sometimes it feels like I don’t even have time to eat, between my work hours, making it to class and actually studying for school, so I don’t fail, simple things like eating and sleeping become nearly impossible.
The solution to my critical problem is prioritizing and taking things one step at a time while overcoming my tasks, I began solving my problem by focusing on the things I want to achieve the most, then formulate a plan to guide me on the right path of achieving my goals. Problems can give the opportunities that allow you to see things differently like managing one’s time can be the essential to success. Organizing your time adequately can make the ultimate difference when you organize your day and weeks beforehand it can help get extra done with limited stress.
The target is to achieve control over time, rather than letting it contain you. Over the years as a college student I’ve learned that when you wisely manage your time, it will help make certain that you will be able to do both things you have to do and the things you want to do. What worked best for me was keeping a planner and marking my main priorities down. In my calendar, I made sure to block off time for studying, time for work, I also marked down my lesser priority, such as exercise, socializing and time for relaxing.
My mindset is my mental setting of thinking I noticed when I had a plan it allowed me to have a positive mindset. Using an easier method like keeping a planner helped me solve my problem more effectively. Keeping a planner helped me stay in control of my emotions, regardless of the events around you. Writing down what I needed to accomplish each week inspired me, reduced my stress and I was able to direct my focus on one task rather than feeling overloaded. Writing down my tasks gave me the motivation and insight I need to solve my problems.