Friday, June 23, 2017

Solving Problems

A simple plan for tackling problems is first off to learn all you can about the particular problem. Look at each part of the problem and see if individual segments can be dealt with one at a time instead of all at once.

Next, figure out how you are going to deal with the matter. You then need to plan a strategy and look down the road to picture the ramifications of the solution you choose. Be sure to explore all possible alternatives before putting your plan into motion.

Most importantly, after you have picked a path to follow, do it. You also want to get started as soon as possible. Procrastination will usually only make problems worse and the solution harder.

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