The stages of interpersonal problemsolving

For interpersonal problem-solving to succeed, it is essential that both individuals fully understand the theory and application of Mind Maps. Assuming this basic knowledge, there are three major stages in the process.

Preparation of your environment

As with self-analysis, it is important that your materials should be of the highest quality, and your environment as comfortable and supportive of the entire process as possible. As the process may take several hours, especially for a major problem, you need to plan activity and rest breaks, and light food, to ensure that the exercise does not end simply with analysis but reaches resolution.

Making Time Work With You

Making Time Work With You

Of course we all have the same amount of time in the day. But some people struggle to get even the simplest of tasks completed while others can work a weeks worth of jobs into one single day. Time can be our worst enemy or our closest friend. If you are struggling to find the time to get everything in order, if you want to find a way to accomplish a few more dreams and release a few of those huge tasks that seem to be forever hanging over your head, then making time work for you is the key.

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