It's Not About the Shark: How to Solve Unsolvable Problems

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It's Not About the Shark: How to Solve Unsolvable Problems by David Niven PhD.pdf

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Descriptions : p i It s Not About the Shark i opens the door to the groundbreaking science of solutions by turning problemsand how we solve themupside down When we have a problem most of us zero in take it apart and focus until we have it solved David Niven shows us that focusing on the problem is exactly the wrong way to find an answer Putting problems at the center of our thoughts shuts down our creative abilities depletes stamina and feeds insecurities i It s Not About the Shark i shows us how to transform our daily lives our work lives and our family lives with a simple but rock solid principle If you start by thinking about your problems you ll never make it to a solution If you start by thinking about a solution you ll never worry about your problems again Through real life examples and psychology research David Niven shows us why Focusing on the problem first makes us times less likely to find an answer br Being afraid of a problem is natural we re biologically primed to be afraid br Finding a problem creates power which keeps you from finding a solution br Working harder actually hides answers br Absolute confidence makes you less likely to find the answer br Looking away from a problem helps to see a solution br Listening only to yourself is one of the best ways to find an answer Combining hard facts good sense and a strong dose of encouragement David Niven provides fresh and positive ways to think about problem solving










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