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Sink or Swim Problem Solving: How to Succeed by Solving Life's Problems Simply and Effectively!

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Solve Problems Simply, like Forrest Gump, and Effectively, like MacGyver.

About the Problem Solving Process.
Business and Life are tough! Imagine how much better and more successful your life and business will be if you have the rock-solid confidence that you can solve any problem that arises. Personal or business problems - it does not matter. This process works every time!

Bob learned to solve problems deep ...

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Overview

Solve Problems Simply, like Forrest Gump, and Effectively, like MacGyver.

About the Problem Solving Process.
Business and Life are tough! Imagine how much better and more successful your life and business will be if you have the rock-solid confidence that you can solve any problem that arises. Personal or business problems - it does not matter. This process works every time!

Bob learned to solve problems deep under water, where the solution has to be right the first time. He taps into a lifetime of hands-on experience solving difficult problems and shows how to apply his process to everyday personal and business situations.

This book does not deal in theory or B.S. (business speak). It teaches a practical process to help you arrive at real-life solutions to real-life problems.

This book teaches you how to claim your rightful place as a leader. Whether it is solving personal or business problems, you will rise above the crowd.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781466474895
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 10/25/2011
  • Pages: 90
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.19 (d)

Meet the Author

What about Bob?
Bob Walker became an expert problem solver one morning at the resort island of Catalina off the Southern California coast when he found himself 160' under water, looking at the bottom of an upside down 40' boat. He knew immediately that he had to find a process he could use to find simple, effective solutions to whatever problems presented themselves.

Bob is a man of high adventure who squeezes every drop of excitement from each day. He has been a salvage diver, Alaska fishing guide, lobster fisherman, skydiver, and performed fish feeding shows under Catalina Island's glass bottom boats.

But he's not just an adventurer. Bob teaches managers and employees everywhere, helping them perform better on their jobs and accomplish more with phenomenal results. Bob teaches proven real-world strategies that you can use in the deep water, where the real work takes place.

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