Joseph Jude

Ten Commandments of a Problem Solver

2011.01.09 / problem-solving /

The main principles for solving any problems

Main principles for problem-solving

  1. Don’t frown upon problems
  2. Don’t fail to ask what is the problem
  3. Don’t shoot the messenger
  4. Don’t polarize
  5. Don’t torture context to fit your solution
  6. Don’t replace backbone with a wishbone
  7. Aim for success, not perfection
  8. Talk their language
  9. Tap the power of simplicity
  10. Move on

This post is part of ‘Be a Problem Solver’ series

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