This week’s theme: Simplifying Complexity
In one way or another, people are constantly forced to address difficulties. What differs is how each person reacts to their respective situations and the measures they take in attempting to solve the problem. As we all know, everyone can get overwhelmed when problems happen. They would either do nothing at all because they were afraid, or they would act rashly and become ineffective in the end.
What, then, is the most efficient technique to solve problems? And how does the idea of simplifying complexities aid in this process? Our guest, Ryan Coughlin, discussed the problem-solving methodology and emphasized the importance of the concepts in simplifying complexity with us, as well as how it has been effectively implemented in his Military strategic planning profession.
From Fear to Fire: Secrets to Overcome Fear, Embrace your Gifts and Achieve Success
This is the place where real people share real challenges. Where you can find a common bond and uncommon wisdom through their stories. Use tips from the breakthroughs of others to jump start your success. Speaker, author, adventurer, and host Heather Hansen O’Neill takes you on the journey from fear to fire. Today we talk about problem-solving, its concepts, and the fundamentals of simplifying complexity.
Ryan Coughlin is the Vice President at Enterey Life Science Consulting and is responsible for all company operations. Prior to consulting, Ryan spent 22 years as an infantry officer in the United States Marine Corps, completing nine deployments to include one in Afghanistan and two in Iraq. Ryan also served as a Strategic Planner with US Central Command, and he finished his career as the Operations Officer for the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit. Ryan holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Naval Academy and a Master’s Degree in International Management from the University of Maryland, University College.
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Quote of the Day:
“Simplicity does not precede complexity but follows it.” ~Alan Perlis
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