You can give it a name — call it a maze? Or call it a puzzle, a riddle, or even something as broad-defined as a question? What’s common between all these words? They all have an answer or a solution. Would we be interested in questions or mazes that had no answers or solutions? Probably not — and all audiences that attend your presentations will have the same answer. The thought for this week is to never highlight a problem that you do not have a solution for.
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