When you are trying to improve your business, how do you decide which problem to work on first?
If you are like me then topics and ideas for writing articles about my product, service or niche can be tricky and getting started even worse. You will probably know the problems people have in your industry. If you don’t then you should find out by asking your customers or searching on the internet. Forums […]
Negative issues are usually associated with addiction. Drug abuse, excessive drinking, and even too much gambling are all negative activities that are highly addictive. But if there is one kind of addiction that is actually beneficial for adults and kids alike, it would be an addiction to sudoku puzzles. Researchers rank solving sudoku puzzles daily […]
There is no straight up, easy way in solving kakuro puzzles. You either sweat it out, thinking of possible combinations, or do the tedious paper and pencil method. Usually, people spend more time trying to think of combinations than actually filling in the puzzles. You know the buzz people get after solving kakuro puzzles? It […]
How do you like to solve your problems? Do you prefer to use the more creative problem solving techniques, or the systematic ones? You’ll get the best of both with the add-subtract-change method. Add, Subtract, Change I am sitting here looking at my bicycle as I write this. To come up with new ideas in […]
What could you use a few good problem solving strategies for? New ideas for your business, perhaps. New ways to deal with your children. To come up with different approaches to building things, writing stories, or finding a job. Whatever the purpose, here are a couple powerful problem solving strategies. Use Your Unconscious Mind Use […]
Introduction This article introduces the problem-solving model as a technique for managing performance issues that are more controversial, or that are not effectively addressed through coaching or feedback. Issues such as tardiness, being out of uniform, continual poor performance, and others are best handled by a direct, objective approach. By following the Problem Solving Dialogue […]
Problem solving games are a natural when you want brain exercise and fun. Some of the best problem solving games can be played as a group. The added element of competition and “showing off” can stimulate some truly creative ideas. These games are especially good for long trips in a car, or for bored kids […]