6 Facts You Need To Know About Your Problems
Everybody’s ability to deal with problems has a different scope. Some people go through the struggle looking for the solution, some people don’t even get started and give up. Understanding these 6 principles will hopefully allow you to put your problems in proper perspective.
1) Every living human being has problems
It might often seem like you are the only person dealing with issues, but that’s just your illusion. Everybody has problems, in fact the more successful you are, the more problems you have to deal with.
2) Every problem has a limited life span
No problem will stick to you forever, problems are solved with time. The question is whether you will let the problem hold you down for too long, or whether you will work towards solving it as fast as possible.
3) Every problem holds positive possibilities
There are two sides to every coin. What may be a problem for you could be a profit driving concept for someone else. Every issue has two sides, which side do you want to be on?
4) Every problem will change you
Problems will never leave you the same way they found you. The process of change is inevitable as you go through the struggle. The problems will change you, what way is this going to go?
5) You can choose what your problem will do to you
As we always stress, you choose the kind of change you will have in your life. You choose the direction. Pick wisely…
6) There are a positive and a negative reaction to every problem
This is the point where you have to make a decision. It will be hard, but if you make the right one, you will definitely benefit from the problem. If not, you will have to go through another attempt. Don’t forget, you only lose if ou give up.
As Robert H. Schuler stresses in his book Tough Times Never Last, But Tough People Do, you need to think in terms of possibilities. There is always a positive posibility that you will solve your problem. How? When? That’s up to you.
Do you want to read up more on this topic? It is a good idea to start thinking about how you approach your problems. Is your mindset fixed, or are you growth oriented?