August 25th, 2014
When you were a child, you believed you can be anything, which is why a child’s dreams are grand. Today, many have grown cynical, especially when faced with a gigantic problem to reach their goal. Regardless of how big the trouble is, a solution could be formulated quickly if you do the following.
1. Big Problems are Made up of Smaller Ones
Think of it as a thesis study or a research you need for your work. Big problems are not big because they are one, solidified gigantic problem. These problems are made up of smaller problems, which have its own group of smaller problems. The quantity may be overwhelming, but finding a starting point is crucial to motivate one to resolve a problem.
Keeping focused on resolving the small problems not only helps you avoid being overwhelmed by a gigantic problem, but you tend to resolve the problem efficiently. These small problems are similar to cogs in a machine; if you create and place them strategically, they can help resolve other problems quicker.
3. Small Details
As you now have focus, small details will play a big role in resolving the sub-categorised smaller problems that will help resolve your gigantic problem. Be sure to pay attention to even the slightest changes or deviation from the solution you have proposed and note its possible impact. From here, you could solve your problems by either finding an easier way or a way to modify such troubles.