Seven Development Steps thru Visualization and Affirmation

Get that brain motivated. Today, you are walking through the seven steps of effective problem solving. Throughout these steps, you will learn to use your critical thinking to solve problems effectively.

Step One. First, focus on the problem and identify what the problems are by analyzing the facts. The facts will help you find accuracy in the problem. Ask questions. What facts define the problem? Use your recall to search the mind for details that relate to the circumstances. Focus on the cause of the problem correctly to define your problem. Do not worry about the effects at this point.

Step Two. Next, analyze what you find to be the problem. Begin breaking down the problems so that you start to understand the parts of the problem. Think of the surrounding information to help you figure out what the cause of the problem. Think of the effects of the circumstance and then the surrounding effects.

Step Three. Begin brainstorming. Look for the potential solutions. Brainstorm the problem to develop new ideas. It will clear your mind so that you can find potential answers to solve the problem and to see how bad the problem is to you.

Step Four. Relax your mind and use the new ideas while evaluating them to find the most relevant cause of the problem. With your solutions discovered, explore them. Think about your solution. Begin the process of self-querying again. Why do you feel that your innovative solution can help solve the problem? Do you think that the solution you came up with will fix the problem, or will it resolve some of the issues interrelated to the problem? Evaluating the solutions meticulously ahead of trying to figure out the problem by focusing on the negative, positive effects of the plan you have considered. Next, connect the causes to the effects. Use your visualization skills to create your links. Look into the future. Consider where the solution you discovered will take you in the future.

Step Five. Find the best solution, decide on this plan, and put it into action. Implement the solution once you decide what action you will take.

Step Six. Look at the effects of the solution you have put into effect, evaluating it. Consider the negative and positive effects that resulted from your actions. Did your solution help you to solve the problem, or add to the problem? Can you make some adjustments to improve your supposition for solving the problem? Is this an alternative, you would take if you had the similar problem later? Now, evaluate the information you have gathered.

Step Seven. Evaluate your solutions and then refine them as needed. Move to solve the problem. You want to analyze the problem and solution with much thought while using affirmation and visualizations to help you make sure that your solutions are effectual. If your solution works, perhaps you can store it for later use.

By repetitively evaluating your solutions, you can make changes when needed. It builds your decision-making skills.

Developing your critical thinking skills will help you solve problems effectively and with fewer struggles. Of course, self-development necessitate that you mature other skills. By using visualization and affirmation however, you can follow the same steps to work through the process of development. Use the seven-step structure with each decision you have to make to ensure that you can visualize and affirm that your solutions to solve problems are effective. Remember, we all make mistakes, so if a solution does not solve the problem the first time, take it as a learning tool to help you make a better decision the next time you face a problem.

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