I recently volunteered to be a docent at the Pima Air and Space Museum. This required me to learn a great deal about many airplanes including the Wright Brother’s first flyer. The Wright Brothers did not attend college but were self taught. Above all they were creative problem solvers who came up with solutions to existing problems with flight and anticipated future problems. They were willing to experiment and think outside the box. They solved problems that had baffled others for centuries. Others improved on what they had done but this could not have been done without their original solutions. They invented “wing warping” that allowed the pilot to control roll, a lightweight engine to power the plane, aerodynamic propellers and wings, and more.
The lesson for divorce and mediation is be creative, be willing to experiment, be patient, and persistent.
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