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Planning A Problem Solution

Lesson 29 from: FAST CLASS: The Power of Habits

Art Markman

Planning A Problem Solution

Lesson 29 from: FAST CLASS: The Power of Habits

Art Markman

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29. Planning A Problem Solution

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Planning A Problem Solution

the solution to the problem you create is only good, as good as the problem definition itself. So you actually have to spend a lot of time to finding the problems. If you have two days, one day, one full day should be spent on defining the problem. Then take day to spend a little bit of time on developing solutions. You could do that in about 2/3 of the day, and then you want to leave an hour or two at the end to form an implementation intention. I promise you all this stuff, it's together. So just to make sure we're clear where we went today, we talked that we started the day with feelings and emotions, right? How is it that the affect that we have the the positive and negative feelings that either stronger week? How did those effect us? How do we How do we turn those into interpret those and turn them into emotions? And how does all of that influence the way that we think the way that we solve problems the way that we create and maintain habits? And how do we make decisions on the ba...

sis of those feelings and Then we turned our attention to thinking about, uh, getting smarter causal knowledge. The answer to the question. Why the danger with our causal knowledge, that there's the illusion of explanatory depth, that we know less about the way the world works than we think we do, that we need to use our knowledge it sometimes in problem solving situations, particularly when we get stuck that we want to seek analogies, drawing knowledge from one area of our expertise to another. Okay, And then at the very end of the day, we talked about defining problems, tools that we can use to make sure that were as clear is possible about exactly what problem we're trying to solve. That we think about where that problem fits into the overall ecosystem, that we understand the nature of that problem so that we can draw the right kind of knowledge into our problem solving process and solve that problem or effectively

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