Secrets of Power Problem Solving

  • 3h 4m
  • Roger Dawson
  • Career Press, Inc.
  • 2011

Let's face it: very few people have studied how to solve problems. Problems knock us down like a tsunami and we don't know what to do about it. We lie awake at night worrying about it and spend our days stressing out over a situation that only seems to get worse.

It doesn't have to be that way. Roger Dawson has taught hundreds of thousands of people has to negotiate, persuade, and make decisions, with his lectures, audio programs and books, and now he has turned his attention to something that everyone needs: a way to solve life's problems.

Secrets of Power Problem Solving provides proven techniques and sure-fire strategies for solving eveything the world throws at you. You'll enjoy greater success as you learn how to:

  • Treat every problem as a golden opportunity.
  • Make your intuition work for you.
  • Evaluate your available choices.
  • Create options when you see no solution.
  • Avoid problems in the first place.
  • And much, much more!

About the Author

Roger Dawson is the renowned best-selling author of 16 books, including Secrets of Power Negotiating, Confident Decision Making, and Secrets of Power Persuasion. His books have been translated into multiple languages throughout the world, including Mandarin, Korean, Japanese, Swedish, Danish, and Dutch. A full-time speaker since 1982, he has trained managers and salespeople at top companies throughout the United State, Canada, Europe, China, Australia, and New Zealand, and helped hundreds of thousands of people attain goals they never thought possible. He lives in La Habra Heights, California and can be reached via his website:

In this Book

  • Secrets of Power Problem Solving
  • There Are Only Two Types of Problems
  • Solving People Problems
  • Solving Money Problems
  • The Simplest Solution Is the Most Likely
  • The Five Whys of Problem Solving
  • Don’t Let Anger Exacerbate Your Problem
  • Let Your Principles Guide You
  • Does the Problem Deserve a Decision?
  • Is the Problem Real or Imagined?
  • What Happens If You Do Nothing?
  • Is the Problem Really Unique?
  • Difficulty Defining the Problem
  • Don’t Solve Problems Too Quickly
  • Don’t Solve Problems Too Slowly
  • How Quickly Should You Choose?
  • If the Horse Drops Dead, Get Off Fast
  • Don’t Bang Your Head Against Concrete Principles
  • Do You Have a Golden Gut?
  • Is Intuitive Problem Solving Obsolete?
  • How Chunking Improves Your Intuition
  • Intuition or Rapid Reasoning?
  • Improving Intuition With Right-Brained Thinking
  • Controlling the Left and Right Sides of the Brain
  • Moving Away From the Problem
  • Finding New Answers With Creative Thinking
  • Go or No-Go Decisions
  • Choosing Between Two Ways to Solve a Problem
  • Handicapping Critical Decisions
  • Gathering Information Is the Key to Good Problem Solving
  • Information Drift
  • Should You Brainstorm or Not?
  • The Advantages of Brainstorming
  • Structured Brainstorming
  • Traits of Great Problem Solvers