FROM: Dr Petrina Gillespie, Head of Admissions SOT
School of Thinking is receiving applications for admissions to the next intake for the Master of Lateral Thinking degree in January 2018. This Masters Degree is conducted 100% online and is accessible by all familiar web browsers and vial all smartphones.
This elite and intimate educational experience is limited to a small selection of students worldwide. There are currently only 13 Master Students in the program. This is the number one program for the mastery of lateral thinking in the world. There is simply no better program available to anyone, anywhere.
For full information click to the Offer Document here.
Because this is a bespoke program under the personal tutorship of Dr Michael Hewitt-Gleeson the first step for admission is a one2one telephone interview with him. The interview is for about 15-20 minutes and can be arranged by the Admissions Office in the next week or so.
If you would like to be considered for admission please submit your request for an interview by clicking the INTERVIEW INVITATION EMAIL image below and as soon as we receive your request we will contact you to arrange a convenient time for the interview.
Dr Petrina Gillespie, Head of Admissions SOT
From the first intake of Master Students who started in July 2017
I’ve learnt new things. The practise and repetition exercises are already helping me update my brain software and I'm becoming a better thinker. I feel good that I'm deliberate in my thinking. Exercises are mind expanding, getting you to look at the situation from a different perspective. Instructions and assignments are given in small bite size chunks which makes them more manageable. You can’t read a book or do a one week course and all of a sudden become an effective thinker/leader. You need to work at it over time with daily practice. This program provides the tools and methods to grow yourself and sets you up to better train yourself and think more independently on any topic you like. Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither were your thinking and leadership habits! I am constantly looking for new opportunities. I'm more active both physically and socially and more committed to my goals. I like the daily practice skills, they trigger insights, and no right/wrong answers. From the daily habit comes the progression and I like seeing the answers of other SOT students. There are two paradoxical themes. One is to think broadly about what you want to achieve. Once you have decided, to be single minded about bringing it about. Commitment is the one thing that I would say is important. The training methodology beckons and invites one to commit oneself to the program. Both the “pipeline” and the “PTO”. To commit oneself to a program irrespective of how or what the circumstances will be in the future speaks of an intentionality that is a critical leadership and mastery skill.