The Art of Problem Solving: 5 Steps to Success
Legendary problem solver Albert Einstein was onto something hot when he said "No problem is solved from the same consciousness that created it". He knew about the art of problem solving and if he'd written about it, he may have broken it down into these 5 easy to follow problem solving steps.
Side-note - of course, being on an intellectual par with Einstein, I consider myself capable of writing on his behalf ;>)
1. Flexible mind, flexible solutions
2. It's all in the mind
3. Why oh why oh why?
4. Rose coloured glasses
5. Dream a little dream
Okay so these aren't steps in an ABC, logical sequence sense, so sorry for misleading you. There are no hard and fast rules for problem solving, that's why it's an art. These 5 problem solving steps are pieces of the problem solving puzzle, and will help guide you to successful solutions to problems.
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