I had 99 problems ...
March 28, 2013
But with The Problem Solving Checklist, now I got none
Hey, I’m Neville. Like you, I tend to get “stuck” sometimes on problems. I’ll be mulling about a personal problem or some dumb thing for hours. In this time I get all pissed off about the problem, and hours later, I still have no solution!
Over the years I started to gather a couple of techniques I would personally use to snap myself out of these “shitty thinking cycles”.
I started listing out these techniques in an easy-to-use document, and I would leave it on my computer.
Now whenever I’m sad, confused, upset, or need some creative juices quickly ... I pull up the document.
THIS, my friend, is that document.
I purposely made it small.
I purposely made it simple to scroll through.
I purposely made it to sit on your computer desktop.
I purposely made it so you can go through just 1 or 2 of these brain-poking questions, and you will look at your problem differently.
This document will punch your brain into thinking the right way.
So here’s exactly what you’re getting (it’s pretty simple):
- You get the Problem Solving Checklist which is a 13 page PDF document.
- The document has 10 brain-punching methods inside. Each is one page long.
- It’s 10 bucks flat. That’s cheap enough to be an impulse buy. But expensive enough to make you value it.
Here's a preview of what it looks like:
This is the first product I’ve made that’s NOT meant to be consumed right away at one time. Rather you should only open it when you are thinking about a problem.
If I’ve done my job right ... by the time you do just 1 or 2 of the methods (each will take maybe 30 seconds or a minute), you should have new ideas and close the doc and go on your way.
Since just one new idea or one spurt of creativity can lead to much bigger things, that’s why this doc should sit on your desktop (or phone or physically printed). Reference it when you need in order to give your brain a booster shot of creativity.
P.S. What methods do you use to get out of a funk and solve your problems?