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Below are some key potential benefits of ProxThink, such as why use it, who can benefit, how does it help and ways to use it.
The ProxThink set of ideas can help in many kinds of situations, from daily living including work and play, to larger issues and global concerns. ProxThink is offered in a sustainable way via our Proxri Deal. You can start quickly in your own way.
ProxThink is for people who want to enjoy life, solve problems, create, learn, design, innovate, resolve conflict, write, survive, explore, build teams, develop relationships, create community and live fully. ProxThink can benefit daily activities and people in business, science, the arts, school, government, research, design, engineering, industry, entertainment and other areas.
ProxThink helps us relate to situations in more productive, effective, adaptive, creative, playful and enjoyable ways. It helps those qualities emerge in situations as well.
ProxThink is an integrated set, or framework, of ideas, tools, models and standards for relationships, creativity, innovation, growth and sustainability in proximities. Briefly, the integrated nature of ProxThink can be summarized as follows: A set of concepts which help describe situations is joined with patterns and tools for generating ideas and considering relationships. Together, these concepts, patterns and tools can help us relate elements in the proximity of situations. Doing so serves and supports growth, and can be used in a variety of proximities. The thinking involved in such relating and growing could be considered proximity thinking. So the term ProxThink reminds us to relate, create and grow with proximities in mind, which can also lead to sustainability. See ProxThink Innovations for more.
What kinds of situations can ProxThink serve? Many kinds, from relating to simple objects and daily concerns, to social situations, to business situations, to community situations, to creative situations in the arts and design, to theoretical situations, to physical situations in engineering and science.
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