Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Think in problem-solving ideas

When you think about a problem, think about several ideas to resolve it too; then, restart by rejecting all the unnecessary or useless ideas: like purifying a metal (or solution)

Never completely reject an idea, because you do not know when that idea could be feasible, because the idea that looks incredible and/or stupid today, may be a very important one in the future.

Albert Einstein, Julio Verne, Vonn Neumann, and some others had ideas that I can bet they seemed somewhat stupid, but proven to be important later, after some time.

Pick up the ideas that makes the more sense to you, even if they are ridiculed by some people. But remember: the idea you choose should be possible, probable and feasible. Do not waste your time if you know that you do not have the resources to make your idea happen.

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