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Nice post, Brandon! I’;ve often gone back to something I wrote and discarded a few years ago, and found that either it was better than I remembered, or that with what I’;ve learned in the intervening years I can now make it work. Even when something is really not publishable, it’;s still not wasted as long as I’;ve learned something from doing it.
I like this post alot. Pausing and making space for things to arise is a powerful practice. And facing and embracing our so-called “;problems”; does bring them down to real size. Thanks for the reminder!
a different department; people who never heard…;about the problem before. all this helps to develop ideas from different perspectives and have a much richer supply of ideas to work on when the convergent, analytical part of the process begins.distort the problem: try changing the problem a little…;