# Reframing the problem

You can solve a problem by playing by the rules, which means finding the solution. There is always a clear solution to a rule-based problem. Algebra is like this, and so is grammar, and all competitive games.

Another way of solving a problem is to reframe it. Looking at it from a different angle, recontextualising, forgetting about the rules altogether. …

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