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Things You Really Should Know about Logical People

Truly logical people are very predictable. They rarely do anything surprising if you stop and think about the logic.  Here is a great example. If you say to a logical person “You can’t do that.” You have made a statement. If it is physically possible a logical person will accept that as some kind of challenge. Most of the time it’s a verbal challenge that sounds something like this.

“It’s no likely I would not that. You may not wish me to do it. However, I most certainly CAN do that. If you don’t want me to do it, you might want to adjust your verbiage.

At some point in almost every situation, even if it’s just for a few moments, a truly logical person will strip away all the emotion and just pay attention to the facts.  It seems harsh and it’s not meant to be that way. It’s the only way a truly logical person can process the information.

Logical people give more weight to facts than opinions and they are quick to identify the difference between the two.

People who are logical get their facts straight before they open their mouths or put pen to paper. They don’t relish leading a marching band in the wrong direction.

Logical people tend to not their sources. They want the facts to be clear and leave a trail to where their ideas stem from.

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  1. I respect opinion, even though I disagree. Usually, I ask why they believe the premise of their opinion. Not because I want to pick fight. But because I’m genuinely interested about their thoughts on the issue at hand.

  2. No one is only logic… they’re usually a mix … just more of which.
    To write, I guess someone must have some form of emotions in their writings …
    else it gets a little “cold” …

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