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posted by Brittany .
My question was one the It's better to think vertical then horizontal...So do we all want to think Vertical?

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Ms. Sue
Why should we all think vertical? What do you think?

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Brittany
The reason why is because we are looking for the right examples to get to and with horizontal we have to find many point in order to get to the right answer...

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Ms. Sue
Most of us are vertical thinkers. But horizontal (lateral) thinkers are our leaders, innovaters, and discoverers. Do you think most people should be leaders or followers?

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Brittany
They should be leaders..I understand it now.. It is better to think horizontal (lateral)because they lead their own self into the answer and vertical thinkers they need a lot of help in find the answer...Is that how I could example it?

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Ms. Sue
Yes. :) That's an excellent explanation and example.

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Brittany
Thank you so mcuh

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Ms. Sue
You're very welcome. :)
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