How to solve your problems?

How to solve your problems? Well, it appears that every one of you has plenty of problems for sure. And most of your problems are simply coming out of your mind. You will have problems according to the way you deal with your life. Your carelessness is the most important factor behind more of your problems.

:shamrock: What causes problems in actual life?

If your life is not more organized or well planned, there appear a lot of problems. Poor budgeting is one of the most common causes of financial problems.

If you are spending more than what you earn, you are setting yourself up for money trouble.

Poor hygiene, bad diet, and lack of exercise definitely contribute to a lot of physical or health-related problems.

It can hold the subliminal misbehavior you have had since childhood responsible for most of your mental problems.

Some problems definitely come because of your negative Karmic background (Higher Entropy), from a negatively polarized previous life.

Remember the fact that you choose your life according to the entropy you caused to your previous system.

:shamrock: How to solve problems in life?

You know what? A problem always comes with a couple of solutions for it. What you have to do is find out the proper solution as early as you can and raise your vibratory energy for that.

When you make a change, you can see everything else get changed. Actually, life means your attempts to solve the problems around you and get strengthened. How can it be possible?

Well, follow the steps below.

1. Reorganize life:

Many of your problems lie solved when you get your life reorganized. When you have a problem, specify the problem, evaluate the options, choose the easiest yet effective option, and seek someone else’s help if needed.

2. Identify your problems:

You know what? Every single problem comes to you with some opportunities and lessons, and you have to make use of them correctly.

Most of the people become more worried, even in case of some little routine life problems. Instead of understanding their problem, and trying to solve it, they just get minor problems into their mind.

Therefore, instead of creating hype, try to clear your issues and identify your problems. Don’t forget that every single person has a different mental approach to different problems.

3. Understand your interest.

This is the most effective and important step of problem-solving, which is actually ignored. Our interests are sometimes the proper ways of happiness and calm for us.

But while problem-solving, we often forget or ignore them and just focus on a particular solution. Once you are into problem-solving, separate your interests from the list of problem-solving steps, and actively focus on your interests.

The best solution is the one that effectively satisfies your interests and makes you feel comfortable.

4. Write all the solutions:

This is the step for active brainstorming and to take some practical steps to solve your problem. There must be tens and hundreds of ways of creativity to solve your problem.

Separate all the options that are suitable to your interest and need. Then take some time and think about all the solutions and their results.

Then go for one, which actually looks reliable to fulfill all your needs and fits comfortably to your interest too.

5. Think about the pros and cons.

Before applying any solution, think about all the results and consequences. Honestly figure out all the pluses and minuses. And then again shortlist some reliable solutions.

6. Choose an option or multiples:

Never go for a single solution while solving a problem. There might be a bundle of options that can solve your problem effectively.

Therefore, instead of sticking to a single solution, it is much better to apply multiple options. However, if there is any single solution that seems perfect for solving your problem, then with no hurry to go for it.

7. Agree on planning:

All minor and major problems need to be solved by proper planning and even counseling. No one can neglect the importance of planning and counseling.

Multiple human minds are better than one.
Don’t stick to a single plan. Conditions may change anywhere and anytime.

Make two or more optional plans to solve your problem. While applying any solution, do continuous counseling with any of your senior friends or family member.

8. Have some patience:

You cannot solve a problem within some minutes. Once you are done applying any solution for your problem.

Wait for some time. It can take depending on the type of problem. We can solve some problems within hours or days, and some can take months and even years.

But it will all end up getting you fruitful results in some ways. You can either get beneficial results, or you can learn some new lessons and can seek some new opportunities from that problem-solving experience.

9. Be consistent:

A very famous quote is ‘Consistency is the key to access’. And there is no doubt in it. You can never succeed in any field of life without consistency and patience.

After applying any specific solution, don’t think that it will work in a day or two. Surely, it will take time. Therefore, after applying a solution, just wait, wait, and wait.

Waiting doesn’t mean you have to sit with your hands on your knees. Waiting means you have to keep on trying until you get your desired results.

:shamrock: How to deal with your problems on your own?

You should not depend on others to solve any problem. You must be courageous enough to solve your own problems.

Solving a problem doesn’t include any science.
First, have firm faith in Allah Almighty and then ask yourself is there really a problem?

If there is, accept it and don’t get afraid. Don’t look anywhere for help and spend your own 80% time finding appropriate solutions.

Break the problem into smaller pieces, and then keenly observe all the little pieces one by one. After implementing a solution, don’t create any hype, and be patient to get results.

Your problem solving will end up in two ways: either you will get some effective results or you will learn a new lesson from that problem.

:shamrock: What is a problem-solving skill?

Problem-solving skills can help you identify any kind of problem, and determine why an issue is happening, and sort out that issue. Problem-solving skills start with understanding the root cause of the problem.

After that, you gather important information about that specific problem. Then you search for some effective ideas, and at the end implementation of a specific plan to get effective results.

Here are some examples of problem-solving skills:

  1. Active listening
  2. Researching
  3. Analysis
  4. Self-confidence
  5. Better communication skills
  6. Dependency
  7. Self-determination
  8. Teamwork
  9. Patience
  10. Consistency

:point_right: Frequently Asked Questions

Below is the list of some frequently asked questions about how to solve a problem in life:

1. How you can solve troublesome problems?

Never call a problem bigger or smaller, neither difficult nor easy. There is no such problem in the world that cannot be solved. It just depends on your active problem-solving skills.

However, suppose you are dealing with a complicated problem, don’t think you can solve it within a negligible amount of time. It will take some time, but all you need is self-confidence, patience, and consistency.

2. Why problem solving is important?

Problem-solving is an important skill of the recent era that is continuously being ignored. Nowadays teenagers, Youngers, and elders all are facing weird daily life problems.

However, they don’t know how to solve their problems. They don’t solve their problems and hence fall for anxiety and depression stuff. Therefore, problem-solving and active techniques to solve real-life problems are very important.

:writing_hand: Conclusion:

Problem-solving is the most important skill of the 21st century. How to solve your problem–depends on how you solve your problem. Problem-solving doesn’t include any social or media science.

All you need to do is to follow some steps for solving your problem and to get effective results. You cannot find any solution in a day or two, but it will take time. However, effective problem solving will give you effective results in the end.

Seven Steps for Effective Problem Solving in the Workplace:
Problem-solving and decision-making. Ask anyone in the workplace if these activities are part of their day and they answer ‘Yes!’ But how many of us have had training in problem-solving?We know it’s a critical element of our work, but do we know how to do it effectively? People tend to do three things when faced with a problem: they get afraid or uncomfortable and wish it would go away; they feel that they have to come up with an answer and it has to be the right answer; and they look for someone to blame. Being faced with a problem becomes a problem. And that’s a problem because, in fact, there are always going to be problems! There are two reasons why we tend to see a problem as a problem: it has to be solved and we’re not sure how to find the best solution, and there will probably be conflicts about what the best solution is. Most of us tend to be “conflict-averse”. We don’t feel comfortable dealing with conflict and we tend to have the feeling that something bad is going to happen. The goal of a good problem-solving process is to make us and our organization more “conflict-friendly” and “conflict-competent”. There are two important things to remember about problems and conflicts: they happen all the time and they are opportunities to improve the system and the relationships. They are actually providing us with information that we can use to fix what needs fixing and do a better job. Looked at in this way, we can almost begin to welcome problems! (Well, almost.) Because people are born problem solvers, the biggest challenge is to overcome the tendency to immediately come up with a solution. Let me say that again. The most common mistake in problem solving is trying to find a solution right away. That’s a mistake because it tries to put the solution at the beginning of the process, when what we need is a solution at the end of the process.
Here are seven-steps for an effective problem-solving process.
1. Identify the issues.

  • Be clear about what the problem is.
  • Remember that different people might have different views of what the issues are.
  • Separate the listing of issues from the identification of interests (that’s the next step!).
    2. Understand everyone’s interests.
  • This is a critical step that is usually missing.
  • Interests are the needs that you want satisfied by any given solution. We often ignore our true interests as we become attached to one particular solution.
  • The best solution is the one that satisfies everyone’s interests.
  • This is the time for active listening. Put down your differences for awhile and listen to each other with the intention to understand.
  • Separate the naming of interests from the listing of solutions.
    3. List the possible solutions (options)
  • This is the time to do some brainstorming. There may be lots of room for creativity.
  • Separate the listing of options from the evaluation of the options.
    4. Evaluate the options.
  • What are the pluses and minuses? Honestly!
  • Separate the evaluation of options from the selection of options.
    5. Select an option or options.
  • What’s the best option, in the balance?
  • Is there a way to “bundle” a number of options together for a more satisfactory solution?
    6. Document the agreement(s).
  • Don’t rely on memory.
  • Writing it down will help you think through all the details and implications.
    7. Agree on contingencies, monitoring, and evaluation.
  • Conditions may change. Make contingency agreements about foreseeable future circumstances (If-then!).
  • How will you monitor compliance and follow-through?
  • Create opportunities to evaluate the agreements and their implementation. (“Let’s try it this way for three months and then look at it.”) Effective problem solving does take some time and attention more of the latter than the former. But less time and attention than is required by a problem not well solved. What it really takes is a willingness to slow down. A problem is like a curve in the road. Take it right and you’ll find yourself in good shape for the straightaway that follows. Take it too fast and you may not be in as good shape. Working through this process is not always a strictly linear exercise. You may have to cycle back to an earlier step. For example, if you’re having trouble selecting an option, you may have to go back to thinking about the interests. This process can be used in a large group, between two people, or by one person who is faced with a difficult decision. The more difficult and important the problem, the more helpful and necessary it is to use a disciplined process. If you’re just trying to decide where to go out for lunch, you probably don’t need to go through these seven steps!
    How to solve your problems?
    First, ask yourself: is there really a problem here?
    Often we create problems in our own heads – as I mentioned a bit about a few days ago in Simplify Your Life – that aren’t really out there in reality. So relax a bit. And think about if this is really a big problem. Is it something that will matter in 5 years? Or even in 5 weeks? Life becomes so less stressful when you stop making mountain out of molehills (or just out of thin air).
    2. Accept it.
    When you accept that the problem already exists and stop resisting then you also stop putting more energy into the problem and “feeding it”. Now it just exists (well, more or less, you might still feel a bit down about it). You can use the energy you previously fed the problem with – the energy that probably made the problem look bigger than it was – to find creative solutions to the challenge.
    3. Ask for help.
    You can ask people for advice on what to do and what they did in similar situations. But you can also ask for more practical help. You don’t have to solve every problem on your own and sometimes it feels better to have someone by your side, even if it is just for emotional support. If you just ask you may find that people will often be willing to help you out.
    4. Use 80 percent of your time to find solutions.
    And only 20 percent to complain, worry and whine.
    It might not always be easy but focusing your energy, time and thoughts in this way is much more beneficial for you and others than doing the opposite.
    5. Break the problem down into smaller pieces.
    Solving a problem can sometimes seem overwhelming and impossible. To decrease anxiety and think more clearly break the problem down. Identify the different parts it consists of. Then figure out one practical solution you can take for each of those parts. Use those solutions. They may not solve the whole problem immediately. But those solutions can get you started and might solve a few pieces of the it.
    6. Find the opportunity and/or lesson within the problem.
    I have found that there is almost always a positive side to a problem. Perhaps it alerts us of a great way to improve our business or relationships. Or teaches us how our lives perhaps aren’t as bad as we thought.
    Finding this more positive part of the problem reduces its negative emotional impact. You may even start to see the situation as a great opportunity for you.
    When you are faced with a problem ask yourself:
  • What is the good thing about this?
  • What can I learn from this?
  • What hidden opportunity can I find within this problem?