All problems can be solved.

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And “by your problem” includes national and international problems.

Those it does exclude problems such as making a blind man see.

Want to save Social Security and Medicare in the United States?  It is not hard.

Want to win the war on poverty, drugs or terrorism?  Step right up.

Want world peace?  Just another little chore.

The list is endless.

And this means permanent solutions.

If it is so easy, why has no one else ever solved these problems?  Simple, lack of maturity or too much evil in the people involved.

Do not delay, why should you or the world suffer?

Tell your friends, tell everyone.



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August 28, 2012 at 5:13 pm


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Problems are a part of life and there’s no way to completely prevent them from cropping up. But that doesn’t mean we have to live with them.

Years ago, something author Harry Browne wrote gave me an idea that I used to develop a four-step way to tackle problems.

I’ve observed over the years–and you can see this yourself–that people tend to deal with their problems by getting caught up in them. The tendency is to dwell on the problem, to fret over it, to get upset for getting into the mess, to blame someone else for it, to complain, to make excuses; in general to continuously stew over it.

This doesn’t work and is a complete waste of time and energy. There’s a better way. Next time you’re confronted by a problem–business or personal–here’s a simple way to tackle it.

1. Face the problem head on. Get familiar with all of its parameters so you completely understand it. If possible, keep emotion out of it (admittedly, often tough to do). If you need to, talk the problem over with a confidant–but do it without complaining.

2. Stop focusing on the problem and shift your attention from the problem to the alternatives. Sit down with a pad of paper and start making a list of every possible alternative that is available. Don’t put any limitations on the alternatives. List every single one no matter how far-fetched or unpleasant it seems.  One of these alternatives is the solution to your problem.

3. Make a decision and pick one of the alternatives.

4. Be prepared to pay the price that the alternative will ask of you.

By searching for alternatives rather than dwelling on the problem, you create a new mindset and you solve your problem.

Of all of the roadblocks to problem solving, the biggest one that seems to stop people is that they are not willing to pay the price. The price for solving problems is composed of time, effort, or money. And from what I’ve seen, many people are looking for easy.  They may see the alternative but it involves some temporary unpleasantness –like hard work–so they do nothing and their lives never change.

Take any example you like. If you hate your job, are you taking action–today–to extricate yourself from it by spending time and effort to learn something new?  Have you explored the endless variety of opportunities that exist?

Is your business falling apart because of the economy?  Have you taken action on some of BUSINESS CONSULTING”s suggestions to improve your business?

Do you have problems because you’ve taken a beating in the stock market? What actions are you taking to solve it?

Almost all problems have solutions. As Harry Browne says in his great book, “How I Found Freedom In An Unfree World”, “More than anything, the need is to use your imagination to look for alternatives…There’s always something you can do.”

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Written by solutions777

August 23, 2012 at 11:32 pm

Banned From huffpost

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huffpost has banned us from commenting on their articles.

This is censorship pure and simple.

Why were we banned?

This is our speculation:  our comments continuously criticized the stupidity, bias and evil of their articles.  Instead of dealing in facts, huffpost resorted to censorship.  Cannot win, they they took their toy and went home like a spoiled child.  This is unAmerican, but maybe uneducated brats know nothing about being an American.

In our opinion, most of what was written on huffpost was propaganda of the Goebbels style pushing the Democratic party’s ideology and the re-election of u-bam-a.

If this is what huffpost is about, why would any honest, intelligent American read their articles?


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August 22, 2012 at 4:18 pm

Solutions Without Details

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When people start taking about solutions to problems, they speak in generalities.  For example:  Democrats say spend more, Republicans say spend less, or spend it on this not that.   Neither side has a detailed, concrete plan.

Also, people have no ideas on implementation or measurement of results to verify the plan works.

Without details, solutions/plans for difficult problems will not work.  So, all these people are only producing hot air, burning trees and stroking their own egos.

Thus they are FAILURES.

At the same time, none of these people are concerned about fairness to ALL.

Thus they are EVIL.

No wonder the human race is running toward oblivion.

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August 7, 2012 at 5:15 pm

What’s the purpose of this blog if it offers no details?

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The above is a comment from Jim C.

It is very simple; to let people know about problem solving and that solutions are available.

This blog may be as close to the Oracle at Delphi as man will get, but it is not a font of solutions.  And no one has asked for a solution to any specific problem.

There is no reason to publish solutions and have them picked over like the article on huffpost by all the losers.

Everyone should always remember that real solutions are not what you want them to be; real solutions are solutions that WORK.

And even if someone has a solution, it remains for the solution to be implemented.


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August 6, 2012 at 5:05 pm

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