Navigating the Unknowns

How to break a huge project into small tasks, if you don’t know what those tasks are?

Identify knowns. List those milestones and tasks that you know to be true. See your experience.

Identify unknowns. Think. Can you acquire missing resources to get answers to unknowns? If not, leave them for future.

Focus on knowns. And, do those small tasks.

I realised that finding a root problem is half way of solving a problem, whatever problem you may have.

Although finding a root problem is super hard. Often, it requires some sort of a trigger. A question someone else may ask you. An article you may read. A video you may watch. A small conversation you may have.

Human-to-human conversations will always have a place in our world. Because problems are part of our lives, and conversations (even with ourselves) are a way to solve them.

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