Thanks. Things makes things clear. Another question. I'm having a challenge differentiating between mc approach and mc problem solving style
Here's what I mean:
Mc approach - doer - take action first then decision second
Be-er - make a decision first then take an action
mc problem solving style
Linear - action first then thought later
Holistic - thought first then action later
is it possible to have an mc who's a be-er and a linear problem solver.
I guess my understanding will get better with time as I become more familiar with the elements but that's how I understand it.
I don't see a major difference between mc approach and problem solving style I feel like it's the same thing.
mc approach of door is pretty much mc linear problem solving style in my mind