SOLVE A PROBLEM PAPER
Beth A Roberson
University of Phoenix
How to solve a problem in procrastination.
My essay talks about procrastination and how to overcome it. This means that you need to work on the things that need to be accomplished. There have been times in my life where I have felt like I would never achieve my goals in life. I have described below on the different ways that I believe I can achieve my goals and the different steps that I will use.
There are four stages in the Creative Process. “The creative process has four stages which are searching for challenges, expressing the particular problem or issue, investing the problem, and producing a variety of ideas” according to Ruggieero, (2009). The first stage of the creative process is searching for challenges. This stage of the process a person should become accustomed to the habit of constantly searching for a challenge. It is important to note that a person can be creative in response to challenges that he or she perceives. The second stage in the creative process is expressing the problem or issue. The objective of this process is to discover the best expression of the problem that will provide the most helpful ideas. A common mistake made in this stage of the process is seeing the problem from only one perspective and therefore closing oneself off to other points of view. The third stage in the creative thinking process is investigating the problem or issue. This can be done by searching experiences and observing them for information pertinent to the problem at hand. The fourth stage of the process is producing ideas. “The objective of this stage is to produce enough ideas to decide what action to take or what belief to embrace (Ruggiero, 2009). Once a person has found enough ideas, the next step is to decide which idea seems to be the best in finding a solution for the problem. Techniques used to develop curiosity
The techniques that we used to develop curiosity for a personal...
References: Ruggiero, V.R. (2009) The art of thinking: A guide to critical and creative thought (9th ed) New York,NY: Pearson Longman
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