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“You can increase your problem-solving skills by honing your question-asking ability.”

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Here's Why You Should Think Like a Scientist to Fix Everyday Problems

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Life offers us an unlimited number of ways to play, and our motive is to solve the inevitable obstacles and challenges which come at us, as with everyone else.

Just like chess, one has t...

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A doctor listens to you and checks your body for symptoms, studying the problem and prodding you, investigating every element and source for any information or clue.

The same approach that i...

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Voltaire

“Judge a man by his questions rather than his answers.”

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Instead of rushing towards a solution, we need time to comprehend the problem, how it started, what is the root cause, and what is the actual effect. Redefine the problem until you find the hidden ...

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If we break down our problem, it is half-solved already. A decision tree is a great tool to create a model of decisions with their consequences. It helps see the problem along with...

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A problem can be approached creatively and with an open mind, resulting in many different scenarios and solutions put on the table. Thinking outside the box broadens the areas from which a solution...

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Thinking hard doesn’t mean you will get a great solution. One might need to step away from the problem and do something else for a while. The brain continues to work in the background and an innova...

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Sometimes we may need to undo or rewind key actions and move from the end of the process towards the start. This reverse engineering makes the brain see patterns and details left unnoticed earlier....

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