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Beating the Odds

How to Think About Problems

Life is a series of problem-solving events. And the way you approach these problems will determine how successful you are in solving them.

As a wise person once observed, “The problem isn’t the problem. The way you handle the problem is the problem.”

For a look at how great problem-solvers approach their work, here’s an article. It’s from Inc. and it’s called “4 Secrets of Great Critical Thinkers.”

In case you’re wondering, these recent posts have been very brief because I’m putting final touches on a new book wit co-author Dr. Rob Gilbert, a sports psychologist. It’s called “Thank God You’re Lazy!” But whenever I see a post that may interest coaches or other leaders, I try to pass it along.

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Would you like to improve at what you do? “The Improvement Factor: How Winners Turn Practice into Success” can show you how! Are you a coach? “Ten Things Great Coaches Know” can make you a better one.


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