Saturday, May 18, 2019

3K+ United To Give Suggestions To Solve Problems

There are ways we can contribute to defining and solving problems. One of the most important contributions we can make to problem-solving is our 1st party claims. Problem solving begins with lessons that you learn from experience. We want you to practice the method of problem solving. This method will be of assistance to you and I, and we'll own it. The networking method of using a group for solving specific problems. It allows us to be more prepared for unexpected occurences, options and actions. When it comes to problem solving; puts the focus on practice and incoming 1st party claims. We offer you the option to apply some problem solving lessons that must be practiced in order to be learned and developed. Realizing that problem solving requires practice is important. You need a comfort level to solve problems. You need to be trained to know how to practice becoming better at group problem solving. The comfort level comes from practice, so practice is essential. If you get a problem outside of your usual array of problems; your confidence from practice will lessen your anxiety. In the case of problem solving collaborations, it takes practice to work with others. Handling group contributions to define and solve problems must start at the 1st party claims; which means from the impacted person. We offer training, practice and bonus rewards for selected input from our problem solving practitioners. Our program was made to give opportunity for practicing problem solvers that use the method. Our goal is to bring you ways, means and practice in real time and circumstances. We approach problem solving as a skill like any other skill; that can only be improved with practice. So we know it’s important to have a problem solving method. The method is your approach and is most useful when you have unexpected problems in unique circumstances. As a member you’ll receive 1st party claims for you to give your responses. The responses that you give must meet the attached guidelines. The guidelines are often that your response or suggestion be a thought or idea to solve a problem. One that could reduce, stop, change, assist or expand services; for the impacted person of today, yesterday and/or tomorrow.
Come join us in the fun, just drop us a note by email, and our new member host will contact you to complete pass code ID number.
The practice sessions were first started by invitation for members to solve problems. When Denario proved that the practice would increase proficiency and engagement in problem-solving we expanded. After that proof others began to be convinced that the effort would grow. From there the first orientation for new participants was hosted. At the orientation we described the reason why and the future benefits of problem solving. The simplicity of collecting and connecting 1st party claims to solve problems proved to be a magnet.
The excitement of competing to give the best responses to problems at the same time as thousands of others is educational. This is practice and learning from problem solving as a group.  The networking is needed to make policies for measuring progress simultaneously. We’re also bringing the added benefit of having our work and input usable for those that follow us. Because of the connectivity, the potential of what could be is becoming a visual. From the moment that different ones began requesting participation; you could feel the connectivity and empowerment.
When the doors opened and we saw that the faces of anticipation were everywhere. We all felt the spirit of expectancy.  This group of around 100 were from all over, and I can only guess what they were thinking. It was such a diverse group that it caused me to consider that it might be a problem.  So when everyone was seated; Denario went to the mic and gave the general rules for giving input.
Our previous practice sessions had prepared us for the multiple agenda’s that come in to play. The itinerary is organized by group and individual interest. The problems and questions that are put to each participating problem-solver in the network is customized for that individual. You will get the 1st party claims we receive in hopes that you can suggest a way to solve or reduce the problem. A key activity of networking is your data control equity. All participants have the logged record of input to solve problems. The record of input illuminates proof of claim, suggestion, time and date etc...  From here the narratives you receive will be the 1st party claims from the actual person. Your input will be to read or listen to the claimed account of events, and give a response. All the responses you give should meet the rules given at the beginning.