Our Mission: Do you want to learn how to think more creatively? How to get on top of problems before they crush you? You've come to the right place. This blog, like the book, "The Personal Power Roadmap: The Ultimate 7 Step System to Effectively Solve Problems, Make Decisions, and Reach Your Goals," is to help us all get better at solving problems, making decisions, reaching our goals -- and creating better lives. I want to share with you my ideas, and I want you to share yours with me. Feel free to post here, or to write to me privately at firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoy the ride!
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I find problem solving fascinating, as long as it does not involve math. I was always interested in how people think and what makes them tick. I got my first self-help book, Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and Influence People, at age 10, after being bullied at summer camp. Like most people, I learned at random, in the School of Hard Knocks. It took many years to figure out that there was a systematic way to solve problems that engages all our innate abilities and senses. It is in these pages and my book, The Personal Power Roadmap: The Ultimate 7 Step System to Effectively Solve Problems, Make Decisions, and Reach Your Goals. This is a practical problem solving system for personal and professional success. I am committed to helping others take effective action.
Marta Vukasovic, executive with a Fortune 100 company, recommends The Personal Power Roadmap as “an essential tool in every process leader’s tool chest. This tool unlocks the problem-solving potential in every individual, removes the procrastination, fear and anxiety often associated with dealing with problems. It enables you to resume control. The most exciting thing about this tool is that everyone who embarks on this journey, regardless of their age, profession, or background, will achieve excellence in effective problem solving.”
Solomon “Sandy” Perlo, M.D., who specializes in Psychiatry and Chronic Pain Medicine, wrote: “The Personal Power Roadmap is a concise and practical ‘how to do it’ guide I highly recommend to my patients and others. This book with its tools and chart is an easy to learn method that works for many kinds of problems, for the individual or couples or even groups.”
Dr. Bruce Leckart, Ph.D., observed: “This book is easy to read, easy to follow and provides a way of getting your head in a place where you can really improve your life. It’s like having your own therapist without all the complications.”
Rebecca Kitchings, Entrepreneur and Small Business Owner, wrote: “By the end of this book with its honest and humorous life stories, you will have a new confidence in your ability to manage the various obstacles in your professional and personal life. The tools will help you create that fork in the road you should be on.”