GB 500 Polarity Paper- Erika Davidson

In life, as well as business, people can experience two distinct types of problems; solvable problems and unsolvable problems. Solvable problems, also known as “either/or” problems, are those problems with one definiteright answer. For example, “What is 2+2?” Unsolvable problems, also known as polarities or “both/and” problems, have two or more right answers with the answers being interdependent. For example, think about the process of breathing. The process of inhaling and exhaling are actually opposing actions, however both actions are needed in order to achieve a greater purpose, living. If one of the actions is overdone and one is neglected, we would die. There is no doing one OR the other. Both actions must be done to achieve the desired result, staying alive
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