How To Use Your Creativity To Solve Problems

The biggest problems in the world usually require creative solutions.

I often have to throw off the temptation to solve a problem by following somebody else’s recipe. Rather than thinking things through or engaging my own imagination, I am tempted to ask someone else for advice, read a book, or I will simply repeat the steps that lead to the problem in the first place and wonder why I am not getting a different results.

If it is your problem then you have to accept that it is your responsibility to solve it.

Getting advice can be a good thing BUT only if the advice engages your own creativity.

There is something wonderful about solving your own problems. It’s called satisfaction.


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2 Responses to “How To Use Your Creativity To Solve Problems”

  1. Lillian Ogbogoh March 16, 2013 at 2:43 am #

    We have been thought to ignore our inner knowing and always seek others wisdom first.

    • Geoff Talbot March 16, 2013 at 8:00 pm #

      THis is sadly true Lillian. I wish this was not the case. Thanks for your insight. Geoff

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