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  1. Of course you can! The main thing is not to be afraid to draw erroneous conclusions, because at first there will be a lot of them.�

    And you need to start by forcing yourself to notice, and most importantly note, even the most obvious details (for example, if the pen is worn out, the person writes a lot). Over time, you will subconsciously develop the habit of paying attention to details. And the conclusions depend on you, your horizons, imagination and type of thinking.

  2. About deduction is not yet in the course, but observation and attentiveness are certainly possible. I watched lessons on improving this quality. You need to develop a good imagination. How to do it? Close your eyes. Remember where you were. Maybe you were driving somewhere or imagine that you leave the house, memorizing every detail. Go somewhere, do something, imagine that you are conducting dialogues with someone. You need to remember the clothes, the position of the hands in a given period of time and, of course, everything that happens around you. The main thing is to do it (5-10 minutes a day, for example) and be sure that in two weeks you will be much more observant about the human face, clothes. It will be easier for you to analyze the appearance of a person who attracts Sherlock's didactic attention and helps to structure information based on experience and knowledge.

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