How to Solve Small Biz Problems: The Art and the Science

How to Solve Small Biz Problems: The Art and the Science

Ever feel like you’ve got nothin’ but problems?

Or just wish you had some strategies for when one of those “rare” monkey wrenches gets thrown into your normally smooth business operations?

The carnies have your back on this one. This month’s topic is meant to help us all become better problem solvers.

And just like no two snowflakes are alike, no two methods for solving big, hairy ass whoppers are the same either.

Here are nine methods. Take your pick!

Sharon Hurley Hall of Get Paid to Write Online:
Writing and Business Problem Solving
@SHurleyHall
https://www.facebook.com/SharonHurleyHall

Annie Sisk of Stage Presence Marketing:
Problem Solving is a Productivity Issue
@AnnieSisk
https://www.facebook.com/StagePresenceMarketing

Carol Lynn Rivera of Web Search Social
When Customers Attack: 5 Hair-Pulling Scenarios And How To Deal With Them Gracefully
@CarolLynnRivera
https://www.facebook.com/WebSearchSocial

Nick Armstrong, The Business Storyteller: Perspective, or Yet Another Story of Nick’s Incredibly Unhandy Exploits
@WTFMarketing
https://plus.google.com/+NickArmstrongWTF/

Sandy McDonald of Why You Must Blog:
Solving small business problems. Art with a capital A
@whyyoumustblog
https://www.facebook.com/whyyoumustblog

Sandi Amorim of Deva Coaching
The Art & Science of Solution Focused Living
@SandiAmorim
https://www.facebook.com/devacoaching 

Nicole Fende of Small Biz Finance Forum
Inside the Mind of a Compulsive Problem Solver
@NicoleAFende
https://www.facebook.com/SmallBizFinance

Michelle Church of Virtually Distinguished:
The Importance of Systems to Stop the Pain
@virtuallyassist
http://facebook.com/virtuallydistinguished

Tea Silvestre, aka the Word Chef:
From Pickles to Possibilities: A Small Business Parable About Asking for Help
@teasilvestre
http://facebook.com/mywordchef

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