March 27, 2012
via one of our favorites - The Daily Motivator, Ralph Marston
Out of the Problem
Very often, the best solution to the problem has nothing to
do with the problem itself. And if your thinking is trapped
in the perspective of the problem, you won't be able to see
the best way forward.
Maybe the best way to fix the problem is not to fix the
problem. The best way forward could very well be to render
the problem irrelevant.
Don't focus so intently on the problem at hand that you
ignore the overall picture. Your life is filled with
abundant resources, and you can utilize them in an endless
number of creative ways.
Get out of the problem and into the realm of your most
positive possibilities. Visualize yourself not as fixing
what's wrong but as creating something new and valuable.
You always have the opportunity to move your life forward.
Connect with your purpose, and remind yourself of what's
most meaningful to you.
Instead of being a victim of this or that, instead of
getting mired in the problem, get inspired by the
possibilities. Take a healthy does of determination from the
problem, then leave it far behind.