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Simple is defined as having only one or a few parts.

If you are facing a complex problem, break it down into its simple parts, and then define clear action steps that address each part and solve the problem.

For example, if you lack cash in a business, there can be many factors such as uncollected receivables, mismanagement of inventory, low profit margins, over staffing, inflated owner distributions, or unforeseen expenses (from a deficient budgeting process).

There are typically several contributing factors to the complex problem of low cash. By reducing the complex problem to simple individual factors, the clarity will enable you to create a prioritized step-wise plan to solve the problem.

A good coach asks questions to simplify complex problems into action steps so that you are empowered to take action and get results.


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