Solution Saturday: Three Types of People Who Always Get Stuck


Solution Saturday: Three types of people who are still stuck

There are three types of people who want solutions but do not find them, even if the answers knock on the door.

Finding a solution starts with who you are.

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3 types of people who are still stranded:

# 1. Perfectionists who despise imperfect progress are still stuck.

The need to do things right the first time calls for perfectionists to play safety.

Perfectionists feel powerful by saying, "It will not work."

John Acuff says that the first lie of perfectionism is: "Quit if it's not perfect." (Read his book, Finish .)

Perfectionism is the cousin of stagnation.

Tip : Ask questions that allow progress.

What changes if you do not do anything?
What is the worst that can happen?
How could you try something that you are sure to succeed?

# 2. The know-all filled with reproaches is still blocked.

The problem is always others when the failure persists and you are right.

The finger of the fault reflects a closed mind.

Tip: Ask questions that create the opening.

And are they just right?
And if you were just a little wrong?
What do you consider if you were (Inserts a different perspective)? Younger / younger, male / female, powerful / weak, client / employee, etc.

# 3. Victims awaiting rescue – when they are able to advance alone still remain blocked .

The world is filled with needy saviors who validate themselves by solving the problems of others.

Needy saviors validate helplessness whenever they rescue capable "victims".

Tip: Ask questions that allow others to explore their own solutions.

If I was not there, what would you do next?
How did you solve problems like these in the past?
What could do (insert the name of an expert)?
What are the available options? Which one do you want to try?

Their solution is better than your solution, even if it is not as good.

What type of person is most prevalent, from your point of view? Perfectionist, Know everything, Victim?

What type of person is looking for solutions but can not find them? What could be useful to them?

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