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  According to ASQ.org, problem solving is the act of defining a problem; determining the cause of the problem; identifying, prioritizing and selecting alternatives for a solution; and implementing a solution.  This is a multi-step process. When I left my childhood home at the age of 16 in order to attend college (I had skipped grades), I initially faced quite a few problems. Fortunately, because I was...

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  In Taking Inventory of Your Skill Set – Part 1, we came up with a list of qualifications that are necessary in high-paying careers and jobs, such as: Communications Skills Analytical Skills (which I will be talking about in this blog post and in a few more) Computer/ Technical Capabilities (which I will be covering in future blog posts) Multitasking Interpersonal Communications Skills Manager/ Leader...

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  In Taking Inventory of Your Skill Set – Part 1, we discussed three groups of skills : Job skills, which are needed to acquire a particular job, keep it and then to elevate one’s standing within a company (i.e. job promotions and raises). Life skills, which are needed to navigate everyday life–not only in our personal life but also in the workplace. Personal Life skills,...

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What type of Skills do you have? We touched upon what skills are necessary in any money-making in 3 Things You Can Do Now To Get Set Up For Financial Independence. In case you missed it, here’s a quick recap: Most skills fall into one of two categories—“school-based” (i.e. specific disciplines like mathematics or foreign languages) which are traditionally learned in a classroom and “process-based” (i.e....

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