Problems are perceived by us when there is a discrepancy between what we have and what we need/want.
To solve a problem, we look for ways to reduce the gap between those two factors.
Some problems may seem daunting, challenging and insolvable through analysis of data alone.
It needs to be understood that not all problems can be solved like a math problem through reasoning or analysis. Some problems must be outgrown.
Our intuitive sense can provide a solution from the past data stored in our memory bank, which we may not even be consciously aware of.
Albert Einstein once said “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them".
When rational thinking doesn't work try using your imagination or your gut feel.
You may just end up pleasantly surprised 😊.
- Ron Malhotra
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