You might find my post about the California drought over on my ProxThink River blog interesting.
How can proximity thinking be used to think about, and relate to, the current California drought?
The mind map below should be pretty self-explanatory. Click the image to open it full-size. Once open, you can zoom it even larger.
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• A proximity thinking example, including a few basic definitions. To learn more, visit proxthink.com.
• Situation – A “situation” is whatever you are dealing with or considering.
• Element – Loosely, an “element” can be anything. Any person, place…
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