All right. The last video was, “What to do when you hit a wall in your learning?” This one is, “What to do when you hit a wall in a project, or solving a particular problem.”
Same options as before, you can go over the wall, around the wall, or through the wall. Going through the wall is possible. But it’s not preferable because you might just keep doing the same thing over and over. You might be expecting different results. As we know, that is the definition of insanity.
To get over the wall, you are going to need to build a team. You’re going to need people to help you. That might be people that know more about the problem than you, might be people that are peers. It might be people that you’re mentoring and you’re trying to bring along. They’re still part of the team, and they can help you get up over the wall, finish the project, solve the problem. Whatever the case might be.
The other option, again, going around the wall. Being an introvert and preferring to work by myself, this is the one I prefer. Solve a related problem. Do something that you can use as a stair step to solving the actual target problem.
There’re three options. Let me know what you think. Thanks.