A box is a set of preconceived ideas we all have when thinking about a problem. Learning to think outside the box, as Peter Quarry and Eve Ash agree, is breaking beyond one’s narrow view of existing approaches. This requires looking at the issue from a different perspective – known as reversal.
Thinking outside the box means:
- Identifying your assumptions
- Challenging them
- Turning assumptions into actions
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