How To Use The Mental Model of Inversion

If you’ve been staring at a problem for too long, turn it upside down.

Or back to front.

Or inside out.

If you’re trying to figure out what you do want, think about what you don’t want.

If you’re trying to make something happen, work out how to stop the opposite from happening.




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