A major reason for meetings in the business organization is problem solving and decision making.The key to effective problem solving and decision making discussions, is for you to all go through the process systematically. ” Too many problem-solving discussions end up focusing all of the attention of all the people present on what happened in the past and who is to blame.
Instead of focusing on the situation as it is, talk about the situation as you would like it to be.
Doubt and negative thoughts form quickly: "What if I haven't made the right choice? Make a list of these issues and define why each one is a problem to you.
Focus on behaviors rather than on yourself or a person (Incorrect example: "The problem is that I am stupid.") (Correct example: "The problem is that I easily allow others to betray or disappoint me, because I trust people too quickly.").
The more positive your language is, the more confident and optimistic you will be when approaching any difficulty. A decision without a deadline is a meaningless discussion. And the faster you will develop your capacity to achieve even more in the future.
The more creative and insightful you will be in identifying creative solutions and breakthrough ideas. If it is a major decision and will take some time to implement, set a series of short-term deadlines and a schedule for reporting. The faster you move in the direction of your clearly defined goals, the more creative you will be. You can solve any problem, overcome any obstacle or achieve any goal that you can set for yourself by using your wonderful creative mind and then taking action consistently and persistently until you attain your objective.