If there’s a problem, yo’ I’ll solve it!! via Brian, Brian Tracy…

QUESTION:

Who is solving YOUR critical problems? Are you really AWARE of the real issues?  A wise man once told me to seek wise counsel whenever possible. (seems I’ve read that somewhere too)       

 Dont think there’s a difference between consultants out there?  May want to check your decision making…  Great article by Bryan Tracy below. 

Im a big fan.  Bryan, if you’re out there & read this: I LOVE YOU MAN!!            

(Vanilla? not so much…)

Yo'!

Yo'!

  

           

Wise Professional

Hello!

 Your ability to communicate is the most important skill you can develop to get on to the fast track in your career. Perhaps the most important thing you do in business is to solve problems and make decisions, both by yourself and with other people.

Use A Systematic Process
A major type of communication in the business organization is meetings for problem solving and decision making. The key to effective problem solving and decision making discussions, is for you to all go through the process systematically.

Define the Problem Clearly
Right at the beginning, you ask the question, “What exactly is the problem?” Clarity of definition will resolve 50% of the issues before they go any further.

Focus on the Future
When discussing a problem, be sure to focus on the future over the past. Ask the question, “Where do we go from here?” ~ “What are our options for the future?

Too many problem-solving discussions end up focusing all of the attention of all the people present on what happened in the past and who is to blame. The effective executive uses this type of communication to focus on where the company and the individuals are going, and what can happen in the future – the only part of the equation over which anyone has any control

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