How to prevent your biases from affecting creative problem solving

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I used to have a small issue with writing that turned into a big problem. A good idea would pop into my head, and I would have to do one of two of things with them:

  1. I would essentially stop everything to start developing the idea into an outline or a full-blown story
  2. I would try my best to remember but often ended up…

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6xTop writer in UX Design. UX, Data Viz, and Data. Author of Data-Informed UX Design: https://tinyurl.com/2p83hkav. Substack: https://dataanddesign.substack.com

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