# Simple Solutions to Complex Problems

## There is all the chance to land in a complex solution that’s hard to implement and time consuming while trying to solve a complex problem.

In every field of life we are confronted with lot of problems. The problems are like a Jigsaw puzzle, which need just the right solution that perfectly matches the requirement. But in search for a perfect solution, it’s easy to get deviated from the focal point to reach very complex and expensive solutions. To make the matter worst we may be guided by people who are unaware about the exact situation. Following are some tips to get a simple solutions. It may take time to come up with a simple and logical solution, which involves lot of research and discussion. But it would be easier to implement once you reach the right conclusion.

Step 1: Frame Good Questions

Express the problem in clear terms so that others could understand the problem to help you out. If you’re able to frame a good question, 50% of your problem is solved. The question should contain all the aspects related to the problem so that experts can guide you in the right direction. Questions helps us to gain some conceptual knowledge.

Step 2 Evaluate Different Approaches

When you are searching for the right solution, evaluation of different approaches is necessary to solve it productively. If you are a programmer, spending time to develop a prototype application as a proof of concept can give you a good direction. A good conceptual understanding helps a person to think beyond his or her natural limits to reach an idea that perfectly seals the issue. Select the best approach that’s both simple and easy to implement.

Step 3 Look for the Simplest Solution

Principles of the universe that sustains the entire universe that are in place by our creator are so simple that it can be expressed in terms of short mathematical formula. For e.g., Einstein’s famous formula for mass-energy equivalence, E=mc2 is a simple one that contains everything  related to energy. It’s just a matter of discovering the formula that took lot of time and effort by Einstein. Even though, it takes time to reach a simple solution, it’s worth making that effort.

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