Two people have been given identical 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzles to assemble. One of them has a plan that is logical and sequential.
- Find the edge pieces and the corner pieces.
- These pieces are easily identifiable because the edges have one straight side and the corners have two straight sides.
- Locate other obvious pieces by looking for easily identifiable elements on the cover of the puzzle box.
- Having thus joined together a number of pieces, we will have reduced the number of remaining pieces, thereby making the identification of the remaining 860 pieces proportionately easier.
This person prefers using the logical, rational, sequential, deductive-reasoning, left hemisphere of their brain. “Plan your work and work your plan.”