By Todd Henry
It’s bound to happen sooner or later. No matter how skilled you are and no matter how well you’ve prepared, you’re inevitably going to find yourself stuck on a tough problem without a clear path forward.
It’s tempting in these circumstances to keep your nose down and continue cranking on the problem. The problem with this method is that you may be digging yourself deeper into an existing rut.
Sometimes it’s valuable to have a set of questions at the ready to help you re-frame, shift, or view the problem through a different window.
Via Jim Lerman