Single Blog Title

This is a single blog caption
4 Major Questions to Ask When Solving Difficult Problems

4 Major Questions to Ask When Solving Difficult Problems

People react in many different ways when faced with dilemmas in life. The appropriate way to tackle problems is with reason. Unfortunately, most of the time people respond to problems with impulse. Wild emotions trigger panic, and we scramble to make things better by any means necessary. Psychology Professor Tom G. Stevens PhD suggests that “Solving problems systematically is important in every area of human thinking. Learning general problem-solving skills can therefore help you improve your ability to cope with every area of your life.” Here are a few questions you should always ask when brainstorming on logical ways to solve problems:

 

Question #01: How Serious is this Problem?

Sometimes, people make mountains out of molehills. Especially when ambushed by sudden problems. Before whipping your life up into a frenzy, figure out the bottom-line ultimatum of the problem at hand. Focus on addressing that, and avoid overthinking the situation.

 

Question #02: What Helpful Resources Do I Have at My Disposal?

Not all problems are created equal. Some problems need a lot of time and energy to resolve. Before immersing yourself in a response, calculate the demands that would be placed upon you by getting involved. Be realistic about whether you’ll be biting off more than you can chew.

 

Question #03: Is There an Example I Can Follow?

There is nothing new under the sun. No matter how unique you might think your life is, someone else has been through everything you’re experiencing. Or worse. Instead of trying to reinvent the wheel, follow their example. Learn from other people’s precedents and mistakes.

 

Question #04: What Can I learn from This Situation?

Every single problem we face in life is an opportunity for self-improvement. At the very least, it’s a chance to gain knowledge. But problems can also pave the way to learn new skills and more. Instead of allowing problems to intimidate you, view them as a chance to evolve.

 

Conclusion:

Being impulsive when solving problems is never a good idea. This is because spontaneous behavior tends to cause destruction in moments of pressure.  A measured approach is more likely to achieve positive outcomes. So the next time you have a problem to solve, take a step back and pause to reflect. Weight the pros and cons, then pursue the options that work best.  If you like what you just read from our blog, you’ll love the various informative courses, workshops and events listed on our websites and social media. Whether you’re interested in personal development, or overall improvement of your business, give us a call at 1 (888) 823-7757 to find out how The RISE Academy can help you break past your daily struggles and start soaring in success.

Leave a Reply

.cn-button.wp-default { float: initial; }
MexicoUSA