Do you prefer to solve a problem by talking it over or thinking it through?
I find that I do both. I talk it through and think it through.
Thinking it through, unless if it's a math problem. In math problems, I need to talk it out to really think it over. But society or psychology problems, no need to talk.
It depends upon the nature of problem. Sometimes the talking is crucial and sometimes a problem demands a deep scrutiny. On the whole, a careful thinking is basic to find out a solution.
Talking through a problem sometimes helps, but I would definitely prefer to think something through instead. However, I suppose that it depends on the type of problem that needs to be solved.
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