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How do you find the right question? The techniques of this first practice help you generate a lot of good questions, some of which will lead you to surprising versions of the problem. Interestingly, research has shown that these surprising versions are the ones most likely to lead to creativity. Problem finding requires you to loosen up, like a jazz musician or an improv actor, and figure out what you're going to create. It's not an agenda-driven process; you're not handed the problem and told to follow a certain procedure to solve it. You're creating as you go.


First step, what is the real problem you are trying to solve? Look through different lens' to ask different questions.