As children, we played with colorful, whimsical puzzles and as we got older, the complexity of the puzzles increased. The skills we used to solve the puzzles helped us make decisions in school, work and home. Following are different kinds of puzzles we come across in our lives as adults:
Packing for a trip is like putting a puzzle together. You have to line up your clothes, shoes, toiletry bag and other items just right, so that you can fit everything you want to bring in your suitcase.
Applying the Marie Kondo method to packing can help you get your bag packed perfectly! Expert Bag Packing:
David Booth, the CEO of Dimensional, discusses how financial advisors put portfolios together by learning about your goals and interests. With so many mutual funds to chose from, financial advisors put them together to make customized portfolios. An investment puzzle:
Let’s have some fun! You don’t have to be a child to enjoy puzzles. Puzzles keep your brain sharp and engaged. Can you solve these brain teasers? Brain Teasers:
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