This exercise will help you identify matters of importance within a problem.
Work on those matters that are critical to you
Leave matters to others that are not.
One strategy is to identify and chose one remedy that is most "doable" where you will have the best chance of success toward solving the problem. This will give you confidence to continue with the others, and solve your problem!
Strategizing and prioritizing:
Use the exercise below to
You tutor a child in math.
You become aware that the family situation is troubled,
but you haven't the training, skills and professional experience or qualification to help:
You inform the case manager for his/her action and recommendation,
but continue to focus on the supporting the child with his/her homework