If you’ve tried everything — and it still doesn’t work, try this.
Down for the count?
You’re exhausted. You feel like curling up into a tiny ball and staying very still.
And it’s not like you haven’t tried. You’ve tried eating right; imbibing responsibly; better sleep habits; workouts; being nice. You name it. But nothing so far has given you the energy to get up and do what you want to do.
Here’s the problem.
The things you’ve tried so far don’t fit. And you say, “No kidding!”
But have you tried creating your own fit? Chances are, when you’ve tried to feel better, you’ve gone to some website or sought some other “expert” advice on how to solve your problem. But maybe you haven’t yet considered the unique problem you face on your own terms with your own boots on the ground.
You’re one of a kind.
You’re not just another guy. Which means there won’t be a stock solution to your doldrums that anyone else can give you.
It’s time to create a unique solution.
Below is an equation to consider. It represents a design process that is intuitive and can get you out of your current doldrums and into the creation of a unique solution to your current and unique problem.
Here it is:
Nodes+Links+Interation+Collaboration = a solution that works.
Want to know more?
Please listen to this short talk (about 9 minutes) by Tom Wujec about how this approach works. Then come right back for today’s takeaway.
Break your problem down into small flexible pieces, then iterate and collaborate for a solution that works.
Want more help?
I can help you design a unique solution that solves your unique problem.