Sunday, March 30, 2014
To think outside the box, think without, beyond, or around the dichotomy that forms the box.
To think outside the box, put the box into the 5 Thinking Positions to give yourself three more options.
To think without blinders, gain another perspective or point of view from somewhere outside of the blinder’s or box’s duality.
To think beyond distorting dichotomies, discover alternative ways of thinking or believing that exist outside of the duality, of the box.
To think outside the box, examine the premises of the duality that forms the box to see if they are reasonable or practical, because the premises may be a product of conditioning or irrational cultural-biases.
Posted by Kevin Evertt FitzMaurice, M.S. at 4:18 PM