Another recent proximity thinking example with a mind map! Ever had a belt that always fit perfectly?
Some belts, like the web belt below which allows the buckle to push through anywhere, always fit just right. Let’s use proximity thinking to consider this situation.
The mind map below explores this situation. Click the image below 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 –…
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