What I Learned From Helping Companies find Solutions to Their Problems

Source: Green Chameleon

1. Always Consider Perspectives

2. Research the Problem, Not the Solution

3. Think Ahead Using Second-Order Thinking

4. Sift Through Bad Ideas Quickly and Get to the Good Ones

5. Communicate With Your Team

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