Every one of the tools we're about to discuss will help you perform a Do-It-Yourself Lobotomy, each in a somewhat different way. The common thread is that they are all designed to help you let go of what you know. As we discussed conceptually in the opening chapters, attach ment to the known holds most people back from finding better ideas. When you use the simple tools explained in this book, with little effort you will be able to circumvent, or lobotomize, the area of your mind that knows the answer.
Only when you ask a better question will you get a better answer. When you speed through many ideas using 100 MPH Thinking, you will have more fresh ideas. When you use Intergalactic Thinking, by definition, you will bring your thoughts to a different place. When you take the 180° Thinking route, well . . . nah, I don't want to spoil it all for you. I want you to experience 180° Thinking for yourself in that chapter ahead.
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