Problem Solving Life Skills

Problem Solving Life Skills-87
This is the perfect time to look at working remotely a couple days per week" or "Maybe I should see if Joe would like to start a carpool.""[W]hen we let [kids] build and create and it's meaningful and it helps them solve a problem, that gets them thinking about how they can be change makers themselves and how they can be scientists and engineers," says Melvin.

This is the perfect time to look at working remotely a couple days per week" or "Maybe I should see if Joe would like to start a carpool.""[W]hen we let [kids] build and create and it's meaningful and it helps them solve a problem, that gets them thinking about how they can be change makers themselves and how they can be scientists and engineers," says Melvin.

The Internet has many sites dedicated to these types of exercises.

We are faced with problems we must solve all day long; some of our problem-solving skills come naturally as a result of performing logical everyday tasks.

Whether it's asking what you'll eat for lunch or how you'll win back a high-profile client, making decisions is something we have to do every day.

Making those decisions -- and facing adversity head-on -- is what makes us successful in life. By identifying the problem you need to solve and thinking through the ways you could tackle it, decisions become much easier to make.

"However, if you change your mindset to view challenges as a way to grow, you'll be less stressed about finding a solution.

What's more, your mind will break down and analyze the problem more easily, you'll be more flexible, and you'll be better suited to take care of future issues.Instead, focus on the actual problem: "The car won't start."Create a mental list of the actual negative consequences -- the worst-case scenarios.We have a tendency to think a minor setback is the end of the world.About the Author Written by Chris Fletcher (aka the Lease Guy).Chris is a senior account executive at Crest Capital, where he manages vendor finance programs for manufacturers and dealers of equipment, vehicles, and software.By thinking objectively about the real-world implications of the problem, you may realize it's not as bad as it seems. Resist against knee-jerk reactions: "My car won't start, and I'll have to get it repaired." Instead, consider your current and future situation: "My car won't start.I should leave 10 minutes earlier to catch the train in case this happens again." Look at other options, too: "My car won't start.You know what's important, and that's crucial for saving time as you make your way to a solution.Psychologists and researchers have developed a systematic approach for discovering a sustainable solution to any problem. Once you settle on a solution, monitor its progress.You could also play board games with friends or family.I play King of Tokyo with my daughter to help us both become more strategic. Friends and family are great places to start because they can provide support and encouragement. You could also delegate some work to your team to give a specific problem your complete attention.

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