Simple Strategies for Problem-Solving

There are three types of problems that people tend to face in their lives: external, internal, and existential. External problems involve something outside our control, such as an illness, natural disaster, or even family conflicts. Internal issues result from poor choices and decisions in life, such as not exercising enough or eating processed food. Existential problems are more complicated than the other two types because they require facing an unknown. This is why people must do things like research and experiment with different solutions to solve them.

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What is Change in Business and Life?

The meaning of change is to alter often, become different or distinct from what was previously (usually bad); to go (usually for the better). The dictionary says that change is a process, not an event. That’s true. But it can be hard to embrace the idea that change is not an all-or-nothing proposition. We tend to think of change as something that happens to us, not something we initiate.

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Problem Solving: An Introduction to…Solving Problems

Based on Merriam-Webster “problem solving is the process or act of finding a solution to a problem.” We all face problems in life. However, the problem solving process is different for everyone. Some people confront the problem head on and find a solution. Others might try to ignore it or hope it goes away. Still others may never even acknowledge there is a problem in the first place.

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