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Problem solving principles

Principle of disproportion saved the young adventurers

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We expect all things around us to be in proportion. The room where we sleep should not be too high or too low for maintaining our sleeping comfort. The road we walk on should be of same level all the way. These comfortable ranges are in proportion to our human body size and all normal human movement aspects...

Principle of disbelief & verification, an effective principle of problem solving

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We know so much. About people around us, things that we use, about ourselves, how the world runs, how nature works and so on. We think and act on the basis of this cumulative knowledge and also of course according to a situation and our psychological makeup and preferences...

Problem solving Principle of focus and Principle of defocus

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It is recognized all around that without intense focus on a single objective you cannot achieve big. In every area of activity and thought intense focus has the potential to create extraordinary results. Focus is everything, or is it? What if your objective is not fulfilled and your world without a back up plan crashes down?...

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How to change your world

In the world we live, most people seem to be happy, going about their lives as if nothing is amiss, there is no serious problem anywhere around. Even if there is some minor problem, people grumble and then move on. But not all people are as happy as it may seem...

Playing cricket is somewhat like living life, at least in the area of Zero Based Problem Solving

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It was the post match analysis that caught my attention, but for a different reason now. The expert analyst was explaining, “For batsmen, concentration is important. For a single ball, you lose concentration and you are OUT. But the same goes for the bowler too. Look at how he bowled the last over...”

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