The main stages of problem solving



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THE MAIN STAGES OF PROBLEM SOLVING
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THE MAIN STAGES OF PROBLEM SOLVING

Everyone has a problem. In today's world, no matter how small, it seems that there is no problem. The ability to solve problems can save a person time, nerves, and other valuable, irreplaceable things. The more effective your problem-solving skills are, the higher your success rate in life will be.


It would be great if we could solve all the problems in life at the same time or in the same way. But, unfortunately, the problems we face in our lives are different and their solutions are not the same. Some problems require more attention and less time, while others require more time, even if based on careless actions.
Problem-solving skills are a valuable skill that can be learned many times in anyone's life. As you learn to solve problems, you will understand how complex this field is. Proper planning of all actions can be a key factor in this. Therefore, as you develop your problem-solving skills, pay special attention to planning and in-depth study of the problem.
Unable to solve problems, thousands of personal relationships are broken every day in the world, trade is destroyed, and international disputes arise. This is due to the inability to recognize the problem in time, to identify the root cause, or to make the right decision to solve the problem in the right time.
John Foster Dulles, a former U.S. government employee, said of problem solving, “The measure of success is determined not by the fact that you don’t have a difficult problem, but by the fact that you didn’t have a problem last year.”
Problems are often solved in groups, in an organized way. Feel free to tell a friend or other person you may have a problem with. Because sharing a problem with someone saves you from the fear or extreme tiredness that can result from it, the opinion of a neutral person on how to solve the problem, the suggestion is a good guide to solving it can serve as.
Before we start solving a problem, we need to think about what the problem is.
What is the problem?
The word "problem" is defined in the dictionary as "a vague and difficult problem that requires a solution." In another, it was described as "something that is difficult to understand, do, or accomplish."
All problems have two similarities: a goal and an obstacle.
We have problems because we have a goal, because we strive for it. In general, any problem that may stand in our way as we move toward our goal is a problem for us. Overcoming the problem is tantamount to achieving the goal. If you can't find a way to reach your goal, that's a problem for you. Finding a second, third, or fourth way to reach your goal is like solving a problem you have.
An obstacle is a situation that can arise in the process of pursuing any goal. Obstacles to the goal are the problem itself. There would be no problem without obstacles. So, the barrier is related to the problem.
If you have a goal and you are facing obstacles to achieve it, then you have a problem. How do you eliminate it?
Any problem can be effectively solved on the basis of consistent, planned, step-by-step actions. A step-by-step plan to overcome any problem is as follows:
1. DEFINE THE PROBLEM. We need to think more deeply about what we are trying to solve. Guess what the problem is? The root cause of your frustration is that the problem may be something else entirely. So before you start solving, you need to figure out what the problem is.
2. CONNECTING PROBLEMS AS A NETWORK. No one has only one problem. There are always a number of problems. Put all your problems together in a network. All the small problems are basic - they have to go to the biggest problem. The usefulness of this practice is that through it you can easily determine which problem is coming from where and what is the main cause of it.
3. LIST THE POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS. Once we know what the main problem is, we can think about what we can do to fix it. Think about the main solutions to the problem. They are several
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