Let’s recap what we’ve learnt so far about our skills as problem-solvers. Armed with your knowledge and new skills, you can begin to look at different types of problem, using a systematic method.
Here are the main points we’ve covered thus far in the book.
You know you’ve got a problem when you want to do something, but you don’t know what to do.
We match information from our experience to mental patterns, either inherited or learned. The pattern-match tells us what to do.
We notice ...