We all have to solve problems every day.
Many people are not good at it simply because they’ve never been trained how to do it.
We can fix that!
We can fix it free for the next five days!
From tomorrow, December 9th until Monday Dec 13th..it’s my Christmas present to you!
I hope you enjoy it.
The link is under the cover!
Here’s one review:
By Barbara Muir –
What’s Your problem? No, really, what IS your Problem?: The Sherlock Holmes Guide to Problem Identification (The Production Line Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
So we have a problem. But instead of solving the problem we’re
getting lost in an emotional morass, which is actually leading us
off the path of the real problem. This book, What’s Your Problem
identifies the most crucial step that most of us are either unwilling,
or unaware enough to take — rooting out the real problem.
Our lack of awareness of what needs to be solved, makes us feel
like we’re on a dead-end street, going nowhere, and meanwhile
there’s still a problem, the elephant’s still in the room. Frank Daley’s
step-by-step method for cutting through psychological mazes that
stop us from “seeing” the real problem is direct and logical. Instead
of wasting time on side issues that all lead back to the central
conundrum, after following Daley’s directives we can either figure
out a solution, or at least begin to see the way to solve our problem.
Turns out that that ability is huge and can change our lives
for the better. A must read!
If you have difficulty solving a problem maybe it is because you are trying to fix the wrong “problem.”
WHAT IS PROBLEM-SOLVING?
We often think of problem-solving as a requirement for jobs or careers but we all have to solve problems. Mothers, for example, have to solve dozens a day!
All of us have technical, financial, mechanical problems as well as personal problems which can be related to ourselves or with others.
How we handle these problems dictates how we feel and about ourselves and how we perform in our everyday lives.
If we aren’t good at problem-solving we become anxious, depressed and in many ways upset.
I have an inexpensive but helpful book on problem-solving on Amazon.
It addresses the first step in Problem-solving that frequently gets missed in the process of trying to fix things in our personal or professional lives.
One of the reasons people can’t seem to solve thorny problems is that often they are trying to solve what they THINK is the problem but they are off-base, trying to solve a phantom problem.
Do you often say you “can’t solve a problem” as hard as you try?
I know how it feels, but…
WHAT IF YOUR “PROBLEM” IS NOT THE REAL PROBLEM?
What if you are mistaken about the nature of the actual problem?
You could go insane trying to solve some problems…if they are not the real problems.
Chances are they are NOT.
Your brain, psyche and emotions trick you into thinking you have identified a problem.
It’s often a mirage.
- Eliminate the obstacles to “seeing” the problem and you have a good chance of solving it.
- Persist in being fooled into trying to “solve” a problem that is misidentified and you could go on wrestling with it for years.
- You have to find the real problem, not the one that is suggested to by your mind, your psyche or your emotions.
You will learn—fast–how to eliminate the three psychological barriers that prevent you from solving your day-today problems.
- You will wipe away the worry, negative thinking and frustration that comes when you can’t solve what you think or feel is a problem.
- Stop trying to do the impossible—solve the wrong problems…the ones you haven’t correctly identified.
- You’ll learn how to “see” your real problems and be able to find solutions.
This book will help you do it.