Creative Problem Solving

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At our first meeting of NWA Friends of Jung last night, we were deep in discussion about this year’s topic: Creativity. At one point there was a flurry of activity on one side of the room when Lois lost a microscopic screw out of her glasses and a lens fell out. The group discussion continued on while Lois worried how she would drive home. I noticed at some point that Jim had left the room and I assumed he had to take a phone call or needed a break. When he returned he had Lois’s glasses, all in one piece. He had gone to his car hoping to find something to use as a temporary fix and found a staple, which worked perfectly. Creativity as we speak!

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1 Response to “Creative Problem Solving”


  1. 1 Lonnie Trent September 8, 2013 at 7:18 am

    It’s been my experience that problem solving almost always requires creativity. As for mechanical problems, such as the pair of glasses, I never have anything that fits anything, and have to figure out some way to make it work.


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