Is there another way to get the desired results?
Are the desired results the best result?
Who else has the information to help?
Who is an expert in this area?
What is another route to try?
What would someone else do in this same situation?
These questions can be asked the next time the path to success to unclear. When the goals are difficult to achieve. Or, when the results take a turn and what to do next is questionable.
With that being said, everyone, at one point or another, has run into similar situations where they didn’t know what to do next. This leads into being resourceful.
Resourcefulness is often misinterpreted.
Some believe it’s a means of coping with the lack of, when it’s about utilizing what you have to work with to get the job done.
For instance, when something is important to us, we’re all capable of exhibiting great creativity and persistence. Being resourceful should not be reserved only for the hard times, but to be practiced.
To learn new things and to stay current with your industry.
Learn how to control and overcome your strengths and weaknesses.
Become the person who finds the loopholes, who is scrappy, and innovative.
When you practice resourcefulness, others will follow, raising the bar for the entire success of the business.
Being resourceful is a tremendous skill to have as a leader!