The Basics for describing and discussing situations.
The Basics help us describe and discuss situations, and are used with the ProxPatterns and the Growth Model. The Basics include a Foundation, a few Terms and some Tools.
The Basics help us describe and discuss situations, and are used with the ProxPatterns and the Growth Model. The Basics include a Foundation, a few Terms and some Tools. The Foundation includes an Underlying Concept and a Core Idea. The Underlying Concept, which is that being is about relating, is used in the Core Idea. The Core Idea a basic strategy for situations. We can talk about practically anything in basic ways with just four Terms, which are: Situation, Element, Relationship and Proximity. The Tools include ProxSet and ProxPattern, which work with the Terms to help with the Core Idea. ProxSets provide focus. A single ProxPattern describes ways elements can or do relate in the proximity of a situation, and the ProxThink ProxPatterns are an integrated group of related patterns for relating to situations. The interactive ProxThink Hints, which are built with the ProxPatterns, are also considered tools.
Essence of ProxThink
The ProxThink framework mainly consists of three integrated parts: the Basics, the ProxPatterns and the Growth Model. The Basics help us describe and discuss situations. The ProxPatterns are especially helpful for creativity, innovation and problem-solving. The Growth Model boosts collaboration and encourages growth for people who share a proximity. The Basics, the ProxPatterns and the Growth Model build on the Underlying Concept that being is about relating, and they help carry out the Core Idea, which is a basic strategy for situations.
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You can often benefit from ProxThink without understanding every definition. Why? Because ProxThink uses fairly basic words in pretty typical ways.
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