Creative problem-solving

A great way of creative problem-solving with prospective clients is by pretending something has happened in order to explore possibilities:

i.e. "Let’s just assume that I have solved your current problem - what would that mean to you personally?"

Or by running the opposite scenario:

"If nothing was to change and we're six months down the line how would this affect you?"

This type of questioning often helps your client see things objectively, allowing them to disassociate from the situation they find themselves in.

Connecting the question with how they would feel emotionally also appeals to the limbic part of the brain, where all decision-making is made.

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