Cash, unfortunately, is a common constraint for many of us. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
The funny example of the low-budget movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Describing one scene where viewers hear the sound of horses in the distance.
As the “horses” get closer, we see that it’s really a soldier banging coconuts together to mimic the sound of hooves. Not only does it illustrate that less is more (and make the scene a lot funnier), but it shows the importance of reframing problems in a creative way.
“By asking the question ‘How can we re-create the sound of horses,’ as opposed to ‘How do we get horses,’ the range of solutions shifts dramatically.”