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Escape the “one right answer” mentality.

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Escape the “one right answer” mentality.

When presented with a problem, fight the urge to go with your first solution or the solution you’ve used before. Instead, identify many possible solutions before moving forward. This fosters possibility thinking and strengthens brain networks responsible for decision-making and problem-solving.

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