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Kim Lajoie tells us how to get un-stuck.

By December 3, 2013No Comments

When trying to solve a difficult problem at work or at home, it is not uncommon for people to become stuck and frustrated to the point of wanting to give up the effort. Kim Lajoie instead suggests that the solution is to interrupt or break the workflow of the problem solving effort; doing so can provide an important shift in perspective which may be valuable and can help to make a solution reveal itself to the problem solver.

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Kim Lajoie tells us how to get un-stuck.


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