As long as I practice the “Dale Carnegie” method, I can produce my best work. The “Dale Carnegie” method is written in the book of “How to stop worrying and start living”.
This problem solving method is made up of three steps.
1.Get the facts.
2.Analyze the facts.
3.Arrive at a decision, and then act on that decision.
We sometimes waste time in worrying about something which is unclear. The method says that we shouldn’t worry about the unclear problem. Otherwise, we tend to waste our time and worry too much. First of all we should get the facts before we analyze the situation, then we can see what to do.
This method is common to Business Administration and military art. “Getting the facts” is the most important thing when you try to accomplish something.
I’ll add one quotation from “How to stop worrying and start living” which is related to this theme.
“If a man will devote his time to securing facts in an impartial, objective way, his worries usually evaporate in the light of knowledge.”