Creative and productive power can come from applying the principles of
breakthrough thinking to every problem that you encounter.
Each problem is unique and may require a unique solution.
Focusing on and expanding a purpose strips away non-essential aspects of a problem.
Having a target solution in the future give direction to near-term
solutions and infuses them with larger purposes.
Having a clear framework of what elements comprise a solution ensures its work ability.
Excessive data gathering may create an expert in the problem
area, but knowing too much about it will prevent the discovery of excellent alternative.
Those who will carry out the solution should be intimately and continuously
involved in its development.
The only way to preserve the vitality of a solution is to build in and then
monitor a program of continual change.