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Methamphetamine is a problem that pervades all parts of society, and one that requires a multidisciplinary approach to solve. It is not simply a problem for police officers, or fire personnel, or for lawyers and judges, but is a problem that affects everyone, even if they don't know it. Meth labs represent unique hazards, from fire and explosion hazards to crazed, well-armed perpetrators. But also in these labs are the innocent victims: children raised in the labs. Meth places a social and financial burden on all parts of society.
This book was written with two audiences in mind: professionals in the field, at the forefront of the on-going battle with methamphetamine, and for the general public. We have chosen to take a multi-prong approach, using subject matter experts in a variety of areas to write separate chapters of the book.
Chapter 1 — The Need to Think and Lead
Chapter 2 — What Makes Us Think We're Better Than Ayla?
Chapter 3 — Understanding People
Chapter 4 — Puzzles and Problems—What Stops Us From Solving Them?
Chapter 5 — The Speed of Dark
Chapter 6 — Seeing and Beyond
Chapter 7 — Creative Space—and Other Zones
Chapter 8 — Paradoxes, or Real Men Don't Have Nipples
Chapter 9 — Ugly Doesn't Last
Chapter 10 — Designing Your Way Out of the Box
Chapter 11 — Success—Let Yourself Think and Lead
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