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 ===== Navigation Methods ===== ===== Navigation Methods =====
  
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-  “Whichever way you go, you find something.” David Grove +“Whichever way you go, you find something.” David Grove 
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 There are a set of intervention strategies that facilitate a journey through our worlds. There are a set of intervention strategies that facilitate a journey through our worlds.
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 Solutions are found at a different level than the problem is stated, by using simple dynamic rules that transform complexity into a route that can be navigated. The primary world is the level in which the problem is stated and the solution is found in secondary and tertiary worlds, which are at different levels to the problem. Solutions are found at a different level than the problem is stated, by using simple dynamic rules that transform complexity into a route that can be navigated. The primary world is the level in which the problem is stated and the solution is found in secondary and tertiary worlds, which are at different levels to the problem.
  
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-  “We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” Albert Einstein +“We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” ​Albert Einstein 
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 ===== Navigation Materials ===== ===== Navigation Materials =====
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