How a Positive Attitude and a Solution Focused Approach Can Help You and Your Business Grow !
This article aims to explore mindset and how this is connected to problem solving in a solution focused approach, and for me this is always about the solution and never the problem. This approach is mostly associated, in the Health Care Industry and is a type of Psychological Talking Therapy.
Due to my history of employment in this Industry this seemed a good post to write to illustrate how this approach can be essential and used in any Internet Marketing & MLM Business.
The Key benefit of incorporating this strategy is due to how flexible and adaptable this is. If I think back to the endless problems and hurdles I encountered in the Big Dark World of internet marketing, I would have got nowhere fast. Thankfully I was able to introduce approaching problems from a different angle to find solutions, and learn a whole new skill set.
“Inside of every problem lies an opportunity”
A great example of problem solving highlighted by Robert Kiyosaki explained in Rich Dad Poor Dad, and how one can reframe problems, into a positive manner in finding solutions.
“I can’t afford it”, becomes “How Can I afford it”
The statement "I can't afford it" shuts down your thinking. By asking the right question, you mind opens up and look for answers.
There is no big secret, never been seen formula that takes years to understand and implement.
Here are a few steps that aim to give a rough idea of the process.
- Create Problem Free Talk
- Do not Dwell on the Problem
- Focus on the present and the future, and moving forward
- Search for the answers and the Solution, using phrases like. How can I change this? What do I need to do?
- Do not Procrastinate, Take Action
Remember if things do not work out and go wrong, these are essential in are learning, this is how we develop new skills that provide us with the building blocks to cope and manage difficult situations. Consider this, if we got things right all the time and nothing went wrong, how do you thinks this would impact on development and continued learning?
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