2 + 2 = 4

[6 x 2.5] ÷ 2 = 7.5

210 – 34 = 176

64 ÷ 8 = 8

5 x 7 = 34

The two statements that are incorrect are the very first and the very last. (The first is incorrect because only one of the maths problems is incorrect!)

If you got that, well done! If you didn’t we’re sorry, but we told you it was maddening! The point is, we are constantly (and unconsciously) being selective about the options we consider. This limits our ability to solve problems. Far better to open our minds to all possible options.


Kudos from abroad from Aibek Ahmedov Legal Counsel at Europe Marine Group Ltd5h

There are three persons in the world that I find motivating in my path to professional heights. It is Neil Patel, Michael Michalko and Mark Forsyth. However, one of them is a genius of creative thinking that made me change all my approaches to historical research, legal casuistry and content marketing.

I believe that the years will pass and after many years or maybe centuries, people will put Michael Michalko after Leonardo da Vinci in terms of creative thinking. My words are not an exaggeration and I recommend to all my colleagues and friends to read Michalko’s Creative Thinkering in order to understand what I was talking about. … via @amazon

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