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Cartoon: when you need ideas part one: don't struggle to generate ideas. Focus on understandingcartoon story: understand the situation part two: somewhere in the Middle East, a government worker is struggling for ideascartoon story: understanding the situation part three: to understand a situation, ask questions, meditate and go for a walkCartoon story: when you need ideas: the five whysCartoon: when you need ideas: three kinds of questions: analytical, emotional and anticonventionalcartoon story: when you need ideas: going for walks and focused meditationcartoon: when you need ideas: the birth of an ideaCartoon story: when you need ideas: conclusion

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Erps-Kwerps (near Leuven & Brussels) Belgium