Visual Thinking Question Categories #2

This is part three of a three part series that breaks down how to use visual thinking questions to help you solve problems more effectively. Below you will find the links to each article within this series:

In the third part of the three part series of articles that break down visual thinking question categories, I will highlight eight more question categories you can use to help you solve problems more effectively as you move through the visual thinking process.

Please keep in mind that each of these categories is still a work in progress. At a later time I will provide you with specific visual thinking techniques and strategies you can apply to each question category. However, even though you don’t yet have the visual thinking framework in place, you can still use these questions to help you solve problems the traditional way.

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Visual Thinking Question Categories #1

This is part two of a three part series that breaks down how to use visual thinking questions to help you solve problems more effectively. Below you will find the links to each article within this series:

In the second part of the three part series of articles that break down visual thinking question categories, I will highlight eight question categories you can use to help you solve problems more effectively as you move through the visual thinking process.

Please keep in mind that each of these categories is still a work in progress. At a later time I will provide you with specific visual thinking techniques and strategies you can apply to each question category. However, even though you don’t yet have the visual thinking framework in place, you can still use these questions to help you solve problems the traditional way.

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Visual Thinking Questions: Introduction

This is part one of a three part series that breaks down how to use visual thinking questions to help you solve problems more effectively. Below you will find the links to each article within this series:

Without a doubt the main key to visual thinking, creativity and innovation lies within the set of questions you continuously and persistently ask yourself as you make progress towards the generation of ideas and the solutions that will help you solve your problems most effectively. In fact, knowing the right questions to ask, is actually one of the fundamental keys that separates geniuses from everyone else.

The Genius of Asking the Right Question

While attending high school I wondered why some kids always achieved top grades while others always struggled. I assumed that it came down to a number of factors, however, it never crossed my mind that one of the main factors that separated the smartest students from the rest was their ability to ask the right kinds of questions — enabling them to solve the problems they were facing.

Who would’ve thought, that by simply asking a question, you can immediately raise your level of IQ through the roof. Obviously with the ability to ask the right question, you must also have the desire to find an answer. However, this usually comes naturally if you cultivate curiosity, set high standards and have a passion for the problem [see: visual thinking mindset].

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