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How to analyze your problem?

Try to look at your problem in different angle, who knows, it may turn into something, which doesn't even need a solution.

 Everyone has problems in his life. There is no such living entity who is free from problems. As far as Human being is concerned, he is the one with the power to dominate, and with great power comes great responsibility, so he is the one with most of the problems.

The first step to deal with the problem is to analyze it. Analyze your problem, figure it out and most importantly know your problem. Always be aware of what you are dealing with. 

Closer you look, less you see. 
-Now you see me(Movie) 

Close you look, less you see. It's is so simple to understand. closer you look at something, less area your eye-sight is going to cover. Look closely at your problem is important but after analyzing it. Remember focus always comes after you know your niche, likewise first understand your problem. So, take a wide look and cut short of your problems. Change your perspective to look at your problems. Change of perspective may turn your problems into something which doesn't even need solutions. After a wide-look at your problems and knowing the real problem you need to deal with, it time to look closer.

It may happen that, you are engaged into small problems wasting your time, but just try a different way, obviously it's going to be the hard way but looking at your problem with a different perspective will help you to prioritize the problems. 100% removal of problems is not possible, but you surely will get the priority list of your problems. With this priority list, you can decide which problem to deal first and which problem is negligible. In simple words, you get to focus on your main problem. Then you can take a closer look for accuracy. The closer look helps you to solve your problem. It's so basic which doesn't even need an explanation.


  • Analyze
    • Take a wide look.
    • Make a priority list of your problems 
    • Choose your problems.
    • Cut short of negligible problems.
  • Solve
    • Take a close look
    • Enjoy

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