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Six Ways To Deal With Challenges At Work

Divide the problem into smaller pieces

  • Start with finding out what the best- and worst-case scenarios are. Then think about what the most realistic scenario is. 
  • Divide up the problem into smaller problems and find a solution for every little thing. 
  • As you are going through these motions, you'll slowly turn your focus to the solutions, rather than being blinded by the problem.

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