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Have you ever tried to solve a problem and you simply “can’t” do it? Doesn’t it drive you crazy? You lose sleep, worry, and get frustrated and anxious because the problem really needs to be solved but you simply can’t figure out how to fix it ?
What’s Your problem? (No really, what IS your problem?) my new book on Kindle, helps you stop blindly trying to solve a problem when you don’t even know what it is.
You can’t solve a problem until you know what it is. That sounds obvious but it’s not. Many people fail to solve problems because they don’t know there is a first step in the process: problem identification.
Lots of times we think or feel we know what a particular problem is but when we try to fix it, it just doesn’t work. We think hard but the problem remains. Are we slow or dumb? NO, it’s because we can’t solve a problem until we name it.
You will know yourself better too when you read this book!
This short book requires a new look at approaching problems but it won’t take long to learn and there are case studies and examples to speed things along.
Stop worrying, reduce frustration and get some sleep when you are trying to solve a personal problem (and often business problems too!). This book gives you a proven approach to, well, “see” and solve your problem!
This step-by-step guide to problem identification teaches:
• How to find emotional blocks that stop you from identifying the real problems
• How to “see” hidden psychological biases that prevent problem identification
• How to correct poor thinking habits that camouflage the real problems
What’s Your problem? (No really, what IS your problem?) shows you how to identify real problems, and to “spot” them before you try to fix phantom problems.
These are real-world approaches you can copy for identifying (and then seeing ways to solve) problems with your spouse, boss, friends, co-workers or family. This book will save you time, energy, stress, and maybe even money!
Stop wasting your days trying to solve the wrong problems. If you could do this yourself, you would have done it by now.
Fortunately, you can solve that problem right now!