9 Questions That Help Solve Farming Problems
There are problems in farming no doubt but there are ways to really use the problems to really move forward for better growth and profits.
One of the best ways to solve farming problems is to ask relevant questions that will provide beneficial solution. When you don’t know what you need to do, ask yourself these questions or have a friend or colleague ask them of you. Let us consider 9 questions that help solve farming problems.
1. How do you want this to come out?
Focusing on the end result that you are pursuing can help you to clarify your objectives and press forward to realize it no matter the opposition or failures.
2. What is important to you about this?
Oh Yes, the problem has come. What exactly do you want as a top priority? Identify these and the problems will be easier to solve.
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3. How will you know if you have found the answer?
If you don’t know where you are going, every place you reach will look like it. This question will help you to meet your expectations.
4. When have you handled something like this successfully in the past?
The problem you have solved before can be solved again and again. Before you start getting worried and agitated, ask this question and reach forward to use past experience.
5. What is an example of one possible way you could handle this?
Most of the time, the answers are within us. Asking this question can provoke an answer that will astound and help you in no small measure.
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6. How could you do that?
When you continually ask yourself this question, a way will open up.
7. How do you know that?
There is something you know now that if you question how you came to know them, you will get an insight to solve the present farming problem.
8. What stops you from….?
Yes what stops you from asking a colleague? What stops you from copying a method that worked with someone you know?
9. What would happen if you didn’t do that?
Some things that we consider very critical may really not be that critical. A little creative adjustment here and there may take care of costs and still boost profits.