How to Make DecisionsWritten by Gary E. Cain
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3. Collect relevant information ·What is real problem, and what are principal components or elements making up problem? ·Where did problem occur? Why did it occur there? ·When did problem occur? Why did it occur at that time? ·How did problem occur? Why did it occur in that way? ·To whom did problem occur? Why did it occur to him/her/them? 4. Analyze information ·Which parts of problem are only symptoms? ·Who can help me solve this problem? ·Who knows about problem? ·Which factors in problem can be controlled and which cannot? ·How does your personal life relate to problem? ·Is there a deadline to solve problem? ·What are viewpoints of other people involved? ·How extensive or important does problem seem? ·Does everyone see same problem? 5. Develop possible solutions to problem(s) – Hypotheses Options: · Rearrangement · Modification · Substitution · Combination · Elimination 6. Choose BEST solution WHY did you select this alternative? 7. Implement solution and be sure to FOLLOW-UP to assure that problem is solved. 8. Evaluate solution If solution is unsatisfactory, repeat entire problem solving process again.
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Thinks You Should Know Before You Bid On A BusinessWritten by Sandi Razman
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The level of success that you will achieve greatly depends on time and effort you are willing to plow into your new home business. Your organization, planning and marketing skills, will all be put into practice when you embark on your liberating journey. Most people have a misconception about having to spend lots of money in order to advertise their home business. When you start out, you honestly will not have much money available for advertising, and if you do, you should still spend it wisely. It is important to understand what you expect to gain from your advertising In order to make good decisions concerning how to spend your advertising budget, you must first have a good understanding of different types of advertising and promotion available and what can be expected to be achieved by each. However you choose to spend your advertising dollars, you should always track results of your promotional efforts. No business can survive long run without some form of consistent advertising.
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