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Truth

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Truth is a valuable asset in problem solving.  Truth is cold and sharp.  The trouble is that people do not like the truth.  People believe what they want to believe.  They want to live in a world of “wishing and hoping” instead of reality.  This hinders them in solving their problems.

Truth is not someone’s opinion.  It is fact.  Truth does not care what anyone thinks or wants, it just is.  Truth is not affected by anyone’s emotions.

Truth is never politically correct.

So, to be a better problem solver; an individual needs to learn to respect truth and accept it for what it is.

 

 

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July 31, 2011 at 4:25 pm

Problems in the World

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Problems exist all around the world, not just in the United States.

The European economies continue in chaos;  Russia uses it natural resource riches to threaten Europe with energy supply cutoffs, terrorize it neighbors, and create unrest and war around the world; Iran promotes terrorism and schemes to control the Middle East; China bully’s its neighboring nations; there is civil war through out Africa; people lack jobs(and incomes); health care is deteriorating.

Nothing is getting better.  Everything is getting worse.  Where will it end?  With all nations being fourth world countries living in the stone age again.

WHY?

Can anything be done about it?

 

 

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July 24, 2011 at 3:10 pm

Do you want your problem(s) solved?

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If so, you must take action.  Do something.

Stop whining, this means stop talking about your situations/issues/problems.  Most people do not want to hear about them.

Only communicate when you are asking for HELP.  Only a very few can assist you, so limit your communications.

Also remember, people do not like giving you advice and then you ignoring it.  They will think less of you.

Your emotions are your enemy.  They stop you from finding good solutions.

So stop talking, start thinking and try to look at your situation logically.

 

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July 22, 2011 at 4:32 pm

Who has problems?

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EVERYONE.

All individuals and all organizations.

Individuals:  rich, poor, smart, dumb, Americans, others, educated, uneducated, and on and on.

Organizations:  Businesses small and large; US Governments, federal, state and local, foreign governments; Foundations and Charities; universities, private and public schools.

The list is endless.

The unsolved problems bring grief and suffering to the world.  And people do nothing except whine.

Mankind instead of moving toward its full potential, is continuous sliding backward.

 

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July 19, 2011 at 4:20 pm

RECAP: Solving your unsolved problems

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Three simple steps

1.  Admit you have a problem

2.  Find someone to help you solve it

3.  Accept the assistance given

 

Not as hard as people think.  Most of it is their pride, ego and insecurity.  This covers both steps 1. and 3.

Step 2. is more difficult.  It has two parts:  finding the someone and having the judgment to correctly assess their ability to help.

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July 15, 2011 at 4:27 pm

Accepting the help you receive

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When someone provides the needed assistance, their solutions will probably be ones that you dislike.  This means exactly what is written.

You will say that their solutions will not work.  You will be lying.  Many times the solutions will work, but you do not like them.

The reason for this is three-fold:  it means admitting that someone is smarter than you, it means admitting that you need help, and it means that you think everyone will know it.

It is all a matter of false pride and ego.

So grow up a little.  It really will not hurt.

But most people probably will not do this.

The failure is not in your abilities, it is in your maturity.

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July 12, 2011 at 4:31 pm

Finding the necessary help to solve your PROBLEMS

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This becomes important only after admitting that there is a problem.  If an individual or entity does not admit that there is a problem, then they will not be successful in finding the necessary assistance.

Finding assistance in solving a problem can be difficult.  The difficulty comes in two parts;  finding the someone and judging whether they have the required ability.

In your search for assistance, you must look everywhere, even from people or organizations which you do not approve.  Be willing to put in the effort necessary to find assistance.  Payment for the assistance may be required.  It is very similar to job hunting.

Judging the ability of individual(s) or organizations is a matter of judgment, research, and even trial and error.

The next(third) step is accepting the help that you receive.

Written by solutions777

July 6, 2011 at 6:56 pm

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