Different perspectives for problem-solving and decision-making

Some options to think over:

  1. Reverse Lens Approach:
    • Consider the problem from another person’s viewpoint.
    • Gain fresh insights by viewing the situation through different eyes.
  2. Long Lens Perspective:
    • Imagine how the problem might appear in the future, say 6 months from now.
    • Recognize the bigger picture and put the issue into a broader context.
  3. Wide Lens Reflection:
    • Focus on learning from the problem at hand.
    • Extract valuable lessons and experiences to improve decision-making.

These approaches encourage multifaceted thinking and provide tools to view problems from various angles for more informed decision-making

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