Alice laughed. 'One can't believe impossible things.'
'I dare say you haven't had much practice,' said the Queen... 'Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.'
~Lewis Carroll, Alice Through the Looking-Glass
Could there be a knife that never dulls? A gun with no moving parts? A broken clock that tells time?
Here, Dr. Michael Laufer and John Nolan reply, "Of course!" Through these conundrums, they show how to unleash the creative energies of the brain to solve even the knottiest enigmas. For instance, one could:
- Reinterpret the problem.
- Change the rules.
- Change the solution.
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About the Author
John Nolan, MA is employed by Personnel Decisions International, one of the world's leading global professional services consulting firms. He received a master's degree in industrial organizational psychology from New York University.