If you are growing an online business and really looking to stand out as a professional and leader within your industry, there is one thing that you absolutely must master. And that is problem solving!
Entrepreneurs are just master problems solvers. They solve their own problems as well as those of other people.
Problem solving comes in lots of different scenarios and shapes and forms. My husband and I were recently in Las Vegas and went to my brothers Monster Jam truck shown and were faced within some challenges that we could have easily accepted as “No”, but it was so important to us to be able to see him and support him, that we fought as hard as we could to get what we needed.
Below I share the key takeaway that we got from the situation as well as some bonus tips that I hope can be helpful to you and your business, but be sure to check out the full video below to hear about our whole dilemma!
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3 Key Elements of Problem Solving: The 1 Thing You Should Master if You Want to Be A Leader in Your Industry
1. Don’t Always Accept No as an Answer
Now this probably depends on your specific scenario so be mindful of that in all situations and use your best personal judgment, but don’t always just take no as an answer. If that’s not acceptable to you and what you are looking for, asking for, or trying to figure out is really important to you, then don’t just quickly accept that and move on.
Go figure it out. If within your business someone tells you that something isn’t possible but it’s really important to you and your business, get creative and figure it out. I’m sure you will be able to come up with some type of solution even if it isn’t the exact one you pictured initially.
2. Be Resourceful
This is really important if you are an entrepreneur and I do catch myself not adhering to this as much as I should sometimes, but you need to learn how to be resourceful. If you don’t know the answer to a question, you need to have strategies for how to get the answer.
So if you are just learning something new within your business such as blogging, funnel creation, or email marketing, then you are likely to have some technical issues or questions along the way because you’ve never done it before. Instead of immediately reaching out to your mentor, coach, or someone who you know is an expert in that area, try to be resourceful yourself first.
Do you have training that you are following? Check back into that training because they may have actually addressed it. If not, then Google and YouTube should become your new best friends. Anytime I have questions, Google and YouTube are almost always two of my best resources because chances are if you have a question there is probably someone out there who has the exact same question at some point.
And then, and only then after you’ve done some research of your own, if you still can’t figure it out, then absolutely reach out to you mentor, coach, or expert to see if they can help you or provide any additional resources.
3. Don’t Ask Permission
I think a lot of times people feel as though they need to get someone’s approval to start or do something with their business. For example, maybe you are thinking about starting a blog so you go to your mentor and ask them if that’s something that you should be doing. Essentially what you are doing is asking permission. If you are asking those types of questions, it could be that you actually think you should be doing it but you seem to be asking for permission or wanting “approval” for you to do it before you get started.
Now that’s not to say you shouldn’t be taking guidance from a mentor or coach, but the point is, don’t put off doing something you know you should be doing because you are waiting for someone to tell you it’s ok or the right strategy. Especially if you’re already pretty sure the answer is yes 😉
Be sure to check out the full video below to hear about our whole dilemma at my brothers monster truck show.
What other elements do you find are important to problem solving?
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