Physically change your perspective. As Michael Michalko once wrote: “What…Copernicus [and] Darwin really achieved was not the discovery of a new theory, but a fertile new point of view.” Perspective matters!
Look at your idea, or problem in another point of view, or see it from someone else’s eyes. The idea could be done differently then what you know. Or come up with your own way of doing what you are trying to achieve. This may shed some light on your problem or not, but take that change and see what you can make of it.
- Build Paths, Not Walls: Three Steps to Make it Easier for Your Prospects to Buy (business2community.com)
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- Meet the man writing a language to program life (newscientist.com)
- Psychic crocodile picks Abbott to win (bigpondnews.com)