3. Set a Constraint around the Problem

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Creating a time or physical constraint around a problem can oftentimes lead to greater creativity.

Dr.

Seuss wrote the popular book β€œGreen Eggs And Ham” after taking a bet with his editor that he could not create a story using less than 50 words.

β€œGreen Eggs And Ham” is exactly 50 words long and has sold over 600 million copies since 1960, when it was published.

Limiting the nature of the problem can therefore it seem help to bring about new solutions.2

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