Thursday, November 8, 2012

2013 TKR: Quick Quotes about trouble-shooting

Quick Quotes about trouble-shooting
Self-help--Thinkerer
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  • The reason quotes stick around is that they fit lots of things.  
  • So look them over.  
  • You may find one that fits you.  
  • Or somebody you know.
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  • Do you need to change your goal?  What do you know about choosing goals?
  • If you were to start over, what would you do differently?
  • Should you be satisfied with what has happened so far?        
  • If you hadn’t started, would you start now?
  • How does this fit with your long-term goals?     
  • You will choose today.  Even if you only choose to wait.
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  • Would your plan work better later?
  • What you should you do?  Ask:  How should you change what you tried before?    
  • How will all this look ten years from now?
  • If you dig yourself into a hole, stop digging.
  • Focus on what you can control.  What you can't control will take care of itself.
  • You can get a lot more experience at fixing symptoms than you can at fixing the cause.
  • Look for a way to do the opposite of what you did before.
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  • Imagine that you were back at the beginning.  How would you rewrite the story?
  • Imagine how your plan would go if you could wait till later.
  • Imagine that your tooth fairy has arrived to fix things.  What do you want done?       
  • If you always do what you've always done, you’ll always get what you've always got.
  • How could somebody help you reach your goal?  Why would they do that?
  • What do you wish you had known earlier?  How could you have known it earlier?
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  • Are you confusing faulting with fixing?       
  • Do you wish you had more cooperation from others?  Why would they cooperate?
  • What advice would you give someone in the same situation?         
  • One way to win is to make it okay to lose.
  • If you don’t get payoff from what you did,  get it from seeing how to do better next time.  
  • Tooth Fairy:  Check your wish list.
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  • Hunter:  Do you need to get fired-up again?  How did you get fired-up before?
  • Shudoff:  Do you know what you should do?  What keeps you from doing it?
  • Explorer: What do you need to know to handle this?
  • Tooth Fairy:  Are there any personal skills that you wish you had?
  • Canter:  Rapids ahead!  Watch for the rocks.
  • Hunter:  Rapids ahead. Look for the flow around the rocks.
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  • Make a list of the things that have gone right.        
  • Do you need a new plan?  What do you know about planning?
  • Thinking about what you can’t do is worry.  Thinking about what you can do is planning. 
  • Should you be satisfied with what has happened so far?
  • What is your biggest challenge right now?  Treat it as a separate problem.  
  • The difference between a trial run and a failure lies in what you get out of it.
  • Know the power of yet.  As in I don't know how to do this yet. 
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  • What is the smallest thing you can do to make things a little better?
  • What happened that you didn't plan for?  
  • If you get it right the first time, it was too easy.
  • Brain trap: Expect it to work the first time.  Fast track to exit.
  • The strongest card you have is one you haven't played.  
  • There are no unsuccessful people.  Only unsuccessful choices.
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  • We are not limited by our fears.  We are limited by our choices.
  • What things do you have to do right the first time?
  • The only public part of the success story is the last act.
  • Success is going from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm. - Churchill
  • If you always do what you've always done, you’ll always get what you've always got.
  • Mistakes are a fact of life.  It is the response that matters.
  • Failure is a door to success.  If you choose to see it that way.
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  • Failure is not in falling down; it is in staying down.
  • If it had a simple solution, you wouldn't know it was a problem.
  • If failure were fatal, we’d all be dead.
  • If you dig yourself into a hole, stop digging.
  • Practice the bounce-back routine.  Yes, it does exist.  But only for successful people.
  • You do not build self-confidence out of failing.  You build it out of bouncing back.
  • The mighty oak was once a nut that held its ground.
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  • Celebrate small victories.  Practice for the big ones.
  • If you hit a dead end, turn around.
  • The difference between a trial run and a failure lies in what you get out of it.
  • If you want to attract attention, make a misteak.
  • The key that works will always be the last one you try.
  • If you always succeed, you are overqualified for your job.
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  • How many failures does it take to make a success?
  • The value of a goal is not in having it, but in winning it.
  • We look down the rapids and see the paths around the rocks.
  • Obstacles are just nature’s way of showing us what we can do.
  • The path to success is paved with mistakes.
  • A problem is not a wall.  It’s a door.
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  • Football would be a lot easier without the other team.
  • Defeat is advance payment for victory.
  • Challenges are the root stock of confidence.
  • There ain't much learning in the second kick of the mule.
  • The man who laughs in the midst of disaster has thought of someone he can blame it on.
  • The benefit you get from a mistake is what you learn from it.   
  • The real secret of success is frustration tolerance.
  • Brain trap: Expect it to work the first time.  Fast track to exit.
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