Outside the Box


Normally, people would focus on resolving an issue or problem by basing their decisions on what information they have to dwell on. While this is a form of total concentration, leaving room or space to be able to allow outside thoughts and inputs would never hurt.

This would often be related towards the familiar phrase of “thinking outside the box”. Business and personal judgment made by people of any genre must always look at both sides of the fence. Solving a problem while building barriers and closing the eyes and ears, may eventually leave nothing good to spare.

Of course, outside the box does not mean totally going off-topic. There is still a need to be able to screen and check the viability of inputs and thoughts before they are considered as possible alternative to the whole issue being tackled at hand.