Side 2 = Divide to Decide!
Break it down – Ask Questions
“The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing. We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” Albert Einstein
Gaining Knowledge and Understanding.
For every subject there is… ← What You Know and What You Don’t Know → , Therefore, do not have a closed mind, instead, maintain an open mind!
Side Two is the starting point for gaining knowledge and making wise decisions. Your task for side two is to divide your project into smaller manageable parts by asking high-quality questions. This will enable you to make a decision based on logic and not upon emotions. This leads to the expansion of your understanding. It is questions that will drive discoveries and allow you to gain understanding.
If you recall, we said, “our brain thinks in pictures.” Pixels are very small colored dots that form the pictures on a television or computer screen. The more pixels, the higher the quality resolution. That is why a 1080P television has a better picture than a 720P. The engineers that designed the TV sub-divided the picture into smaller pieces, thereby creating a lot more pixels and a better picture. You want to do the same thing; sub-divide your projects. This will make it easier to complete them.
There is an old saying, “There Are Two Sides to Every Story;” of course, there are two or more sides. Your job is to search for the facts; try to see from every side, at every angle.