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How will you work out the details of your solution to your problem? How will you refine your solution so that it can withstand other people’s criticism?
The Problem Solving process consists of a sequence of sections that fit together depending on the type of problem to be solved. [ These are: Problem Definition. Problem Analysis. Generating possible Solutions. Analyzing the Solutions. Selecting the best Solution(s). Planning the next course of action (Next Steps) Dealing with people who put you down can be a painful
experience but it doesn't have to be. They might provide constructive criticism but they won't put others down. ]
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