That's you. Not this page. Not those other people you are complaining about. You.
The good news here is -- you solve problems all the time. Without noticing. You have skills that you use routinely to solve problems. You use them whenever itís obvious how to use them. When you notice a problem, thatís usually because the way you used those skills didnít fit the problem.
So don't make a big thing out of problems. A problem is anything you want to do. If you don't know how to do it. Here we lay out some stops on the road to figuring out how to do things. And offer a few suggestions about how to get unstopped.
The secret of getting ahead is getting started.
If you have a problem in mind, start with the Quick Solve Clipit. You may not solve your problem there, but you will at least find out where you want to go next.
If you are just sampling how this venue works, start with the Warm-Up. That will give you a feel for using the Quick Solve Clipit. Then you might find the Quick Solve Clipit easier to use when you need it.
If you donít get what you need out of the Quick Solve Clipit, you can get more help from the Turkey problems or from the four clipits.
A problem is your opportunity to show what you can do
Fixers believe they can fix.
Quick Solve Clipit
Problems as homework
Practice in a virtual reality:
Strengths for Problem-solving
Ambiguity, Can Tolerate
Authority, Can Delegate
Goal Setter, Good
Help, Can Ask for
Humor, Sense of
Learn, Willing to
Reality, Negotiates with
Sensitive to Needs of Others
Share the Wins of Others
Strength from Adversity
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