The Right Answer
By the time the average person finishes college
he or she will have taken over 2,600 tests,
quizzes and exams. The 'right answer' approach
becomes deeply ingrained in our thinking. This
may be fine for some mathematical problems,
where there is in fact only one right answer.
The difficulty is that most of life isn't that
way. Life is ambiguous; there are many right
answers - all depending on what you are looking
for. But if you think there is only one right
answer, then you'll stop looking as soon as you
-Roger von Oech,
"A Whack On the Side Of The Head"