thought diversity

people bring different cultures, backgrounds, and personalities to the table and those differences shape how they think. some people are -n-lytical thinkers, while others thrive in creative zones. some are meticulous planners, and others love spontaneity. by mixing up the types of thinkers in a group you increase ‘thought diversity’
davids unique background, upbringing and experiences gave him better ‘thought diversity’ on the topic than some of his more closed minded peers.

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