Logic is an important skill for clarifying questions, making sense, and achieving goals. Avoid vague and confusing expressions and replace thoughts with words that are free of contradictions and leaps. Clarifying current issues can help you solve them. It may be a good idea to write them down for the sake of organization, or to use the method of expression or induction to guide you to the answer. Clarify the rationale and build it up without wasting time. Also, check to see if you are not too caught up in subjectivity or preconceptions. Logical people are good at taking things systematically. Be aware of what you say and do on a regular basis and think about “why” and “how can I make it better? As your logic develops, you will be able to strategize and think lean.