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Having a systematic approach to how you deal with problems, as opposed to just going by gut and feelings, can make a big difference in how you creatively find answers to your obstacles.
Detectives and investigators use the process. They ask both obvious and unthinkable questions.
Get close and collect information about how the problem is manifesting. Understand where the problem does and doesn’t happen, when the problem started, and how often the problem occurs to ...
In many situations when people encounter a problem, they tend to default to what they should do instead of asking what they could do.
Could helps you think outside an existing problem t...
Concentrating harder won’t force that ‘eureka moment’ you need.
Instead, your best option might be to step away from the problems and get do something unrelated to the project.
When you stop thinking about a task, your brain continues working on the problem in the ...
For many years, scientists have found that amazing ideas, solutions to problems and obstacles often come to people when they aren’t actively trying to develop a solution.
The incubation period works because your brain gets to take a break from everything distracting you.
In many cases, when you are tempted to stay up late to find a solution to an obstacle, you might be better sleeping on it.
The brain makes better connections when you are asleep, allowing you to make new and useful associations between unrelated ideas.
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