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Steps for Problem-solving skills.

Steps for Problem-solving skills.

Once again, here's a seven-step method that you can use for the rest of your career to deal effectively with any problem that comes along it's like a recipe that you can use in the kitchen that will bring you an excellent dish every single time. 


#1 Define the problem.

#2 Ask what all the possible causes of this problem are.

#3 Ask what all the possible solutions are.

#4 Make a decision.

#5 Assign responsibility for carrying out the decision.

#6 Set a schedule for progress.

#7 Task yourself or someone else with taking definite action.


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