Are you experiencing a problem in your life?
Well, I've got good news for you: you're not alone.
Believe it or not, there's always a solution or spiritual resolution for any problem you could possibly have - if you're willing to ask for help and get assistance for it.
It's important to remember that we're all a lot harder on ourselves and we dwell on our problems more than we probably need to. So, we should all try to step outside of ourselves and recognize that there are solutions to our problems if we aren't afraid to run away from them.
If you run away from your problems and sweep them under the rug, that's when things can get out of hand and come back to bite you. The more aggressive you are with your problems, the easier and quicker they will be resolved.
I truly believe that problems don't happen to you, they happen for you.
A lot of problems may be sad and depressing at the time and can really get you down, but ultimately they can make you better and can be the wake up call you didn't know you needed.
Sometimes, I'll compile a list of all of the problems I have and will try to look at them each day to see if I'm confronting them. It could be an inventory problem, an issue with a friend, a family member, and so forth.
There's an old time management solution many will suggest where you divide your problems into your A problems, B problems, and C problems; the A problems being the biggest and most difficult while the C's are simple to resolve. Most people gravitate towards the C's and avoid the A's.
I don't like that system personally, but you do have to start somewhere. It's critical to tackle all of your issues.
We all have problems. Nobody cares about your issues because they all have their own to deal with. Don't look at your problems and said "why me?" If you own a business, you're going to have problems. If you're married, you're going to have problems. There isn't a single person out there who has zero problems.
But what will determine how far you will go is how quickly and effectively you deal with those problems.
Everything is great until it isn't. It's a grind to get through the tough days, but try your hardest to end the suffering before it gets worse by paying the $ you owe or eating some humble pie and apologizing when needed.
The truth will set you free, but it will piss you off first.
Quote of the Day: "The harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph" - Thomas Paine
Song of the Day: "Issues" by Julia Michaels
*My latest book; "Living on Purpose: Stories about Faith, Fortune and Fitness that will lead you to an Extraordinary Life", is NOW available! Click here!*
SHARE this blog with a friend:
To sign up to receive weekly blog updates and special offers, click HERE.