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DSC_2357editfavorite    So what is a problem solver?  A thinker focusing on a problem or issue desiring to achieve a solution or end result. Obtaining facts and data without emotional involvement, utilizing critical thinking.

“When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be thDSC_2717edite truth.” ~ Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Problem solving in business is critical.  Round table discussions about an addition, change or idea is worth the time and effort.  Creating a niche in your market will make you stand out in the crowd.

Personal Story:  As a photographer with Ideal Photography, fashion and portraiture are my favorites.  Each person has a unique story that shared, will impact others.  Posing and lighting are critical and always on my radar.  Joining efforts with other photographers, learning and encoDSC_2352editfavoriteuraging creates a positive climate for everyoDSC_2058nose2nosene. Creating a story through photography is my goal.

Solving problems allows for thinking as we say, “outside the box”, developing or creating new and unique ideas usually around a certain issue, problem or objective.


“Imagination is more important than knowledge.”
~ Albert Einstein

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Dreaming and goal setting are a part of problem solving. Knowing an end result and working backwards to obtain that result as well as goal setting towards an outcome is problem solving. Outside of the norm is a favorite.


“The only way to discover the limits of the possible is to go beyond them into the impossible.” ~Arthur C. Clarke


Problem solving for youth is critical when desiring to make wise decisions about life, knowing or creating a path for knowledge. Midlife crisis problem solving with careers and monetary issues as well as business goal setting and marketing are all parts of problem solving.