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As a child of the 80s education system that was all rote and assembly line methodology. I don’t remember it exactly, but the basic premise is that logic can dig a very deep hole–but you won’t strike water until you use lateral thinking to decide where to PUT the hole.

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Techniques of creative thinkers: I think that even though it’s meant to be used as a book for a teacher, reading it helped me finding new ways and trying my best to be more open minded. It is simply a way of dealing with information that results in more creative outcomes.

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De Bono likes to point out that this phrase – lateral thinking – was coined by him and is now in the Oxford dictionary. It reminds me of my experiences with school systems that encourage rote learning.

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