Episode 2: Frame Your Problem
“Frame your problem to fit your skills”
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- Innovation often starts with real people, solving their own problems, innovating for their own use.
- How do you become a user innovator? How do you get your idea out into the world?
- If you really go through your skill set, and you can’t shape the problem to fit your skill set, what you might want to consider is learning a new skill that you think might fit, or finding a collaborator.
- Depending on background, just reframe the problem, and attack it from another perspective.
- So you can reframe the problems through the skills that you have.
- User innovators solve a wide range of problems.
- To find the right one for you to solve, do a cost benefit analysis, and try to make your problem fit your skill set.
- If that doesn’t work, but you still need to solve a particular problem, learn a new skill, or find a collaborator.
- Remember – Both the problem’s shape and the skill set will morph as you proceed.