3-Dimensional/Extra Dimensional THiNKiNG & Problem Solving

From Small-mindedness & Insecurity to Synergy

FIRST PUBLISHED IN 2012

With childlike candor my prep school classmate confessed when we were kids, to purposely

playing for hours after school, at my house, to rob me of homework and study time. “I just

don't get it” he said, reacting to a report card at term's end showing I'd beaten him again

as one of the top ten in our class. That experience was among several introductory less-

ons on small-mindedness and two alternative thinking I had as a kid. Then there was

the neighbor who instructed her kids to not play with us, after a minor disagreement

with my mother apparently left her bitter. Also in a different city far away, my fa-

ther's colleague who summoned & scolded her 3 daughters late one afternoon for

playing with the 3 sons of a man she had to deal with but apparently disliked. I

was under a table when "the meeting" started. And to this day, partly because

of — if you like — a ridiculously sickening memory of shady people caught in

the act,I vividly remember my crawling from underneath their table totally

numb by that point. How I stood up, and started walking out as I glanced

one last time at their confounded faces & went home to share with my

brothers what I'd just witnessed. My father was at work at the time.

Intriguingly, both two alternative thinking (as explained above by

my late mentor), share identical traits of small-mindedness. And

whether overt or covert, such petty & dark ulterior motives are

symptomatic of unchecked insecurities lurking and an inability

or lack of determination to THiNK big. To embrace synergy.

That's why T. B. Rickert is right. Two-dimensional thin-

king is a failure to look beyond the moment, to under

-stand only the moment but not the cause and effect.

positive open-mindedness, which I describe as the

practice of thinking & functioning in multitiple di-

mensions, offer much bigger rewards in both bu

-siness and personal spheres. Harvard theoreti-

tical physicist Lisa Randall simplifies dimen-

sions & three dimensions in my previous

blog but the fact of the matter is, those

for whom “left, right; forward, back-

ward; up, downpredisposition or

problem-solving/cover all bases

thinking/determination, is hard

are intransigent. International

Commercial Arbitration Law

(or ADR), one of my areas

of expertise in Law, has

its business advantages

but it's always better

whatever the con-

text, to seek out

partners who're

are less prone

to Win/Lose

short game

mindsets

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