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Egocentric thinking is the failure to distinguish between oneself and other people who surround you. All the more particularly, it is the failure to unwind subjective constructions from the main reality; a failure to comprehend or expect any viewpoint other than their own (Simon, Egocentric Thinking, 15 Apr 2009). Egocentric thinkers regularly consider things that they need in light of the fact that that is what's critical to them. They barely ever consider what another person may need or desire, on the grounds that they append such little significance to that. Since he supposes the ...view middle of the document...
Successful egocentric thinking takes place when the thinker has come to face the problem at hand and is motivated to accomplish his/her objective (Simon, Egocentric Thinking, 15 Apr 2009). For example, many people in authority be either in government or any form of organization such as lawyers, business people, politicians and many others are frequently gifted and motivated in what they need and have capacity to justify unethical behavior with extraordinary complexity (Paul, 2011). Although the means they use to acquire what they need may be unlawful, they will do everything to get what they want as long as it benefits themselves.
Unsuccessful egocentric thinking takes place when the thinker has come to face the problem of not influencing and get their way from the others they are trying to deny and get what they want. The others being influenced feel manipulated and decline not to get along with the thinker’s way of thinking (Paul, 2011). An example of this is when my son refused his carrots at dinner one night after having eye examination earlier that day because he...