Henry J. Kaiser, famous American industrialist who adopted modern techniques for the manufacture of ships during the second world war, said the problems are only opportunities that come in work clothes. In some way or another we all face problems in our daily work; problems can be large or small, simple or complex, easy or difficult to solve. Depending on the situation in which we find ourselves at a given time and regardless of the nature of the problems, it is essential to achieve success in all areas of life that we develop the ability to find ways to solve them. It is important to achieve success that we develop the confidence that we are able to solve the problems that we have in our home, in our workplace, working as a team or leading an activity. The ability to solve problems is extremely important in our career. Many times, solving problems is part of the daily activity; either an internal or external problem reported in the company, supporting those who are solving a problem or discovering new problems which we must resolve to continue development and progress.
Confidence in resolving problems can develop having a good basic process for dealing with a problem and solve it. When we have a process, problems can be solved more easily and more effectively. If we don’t have a basic process, might not be solutions that are effective, or that us entrampemos in trouble or bring us much time to solve it. And sometimes this delay may result in negative consequences. Norman Vincent Peale, in his interesting book the tenacious optimist, says: the problems are for the mind as the exercise is for muscles, a form of strengthened. Problems are increasing the ability to cope with life. When we face a problem, we have to think that every problem has a solution and most of the time more than one solution.