The first step in solving a problem is to envision a scenario in which the problem does not exist. Some psychology experts claim that one can only imagine that which one has seen. Others will beg to differ. Our imagination is vast, and limitless. To begin this process, it is important that you recognize and accept this as one of the infinite possibilities of the human mind.
Access to a vision of what you want something to look like, is key.
Give yourself permission to be a visionary.
This process of problem solving emerges as 13 dimensions, evolving over four levels. But remember, when presented with a problem to solve, we must understand that the solution lies within our reach—emotionally, mentally, and in a manifested, material state.
The article below outlines the dimensions, in sequences.
Before you begin this process, read through all of the dimensions and ruminate on them for a few days.
This may not be a luxury that can be afforded in the event there is a sudden emergence of a problem that needs a swiftly executed solution, but once you become familiar with the process, this program becomes a skill set that is forever in your leadership toolbox. It can be accessed for an infinite number of purposes. It is yours to keep, and master. Enjoy!
The article is a very abbreviated version of the process. If you’re interested in learning more, please let us know.