HOW TO PUT THE PROBLEM IN A PROPER PERSPECTIVE?

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How is it possible for a few people to succeed? How do they survive when other people are overcome by the problem? How do they win when others lose?

The answer is very simple. It is all how does they perceive their problems. They look at the problems realistically and periodically.

If we follow the following six principles, then we can put the problem in a proper perspective.
If we knew them, understand them and practiced them, we would be a winner.

(1) Every living human being has problems.
Nobody is free from them. Even successful people have problems and success does not end them. A problem free life is to run after elusive fantasy. It is a waste of mental and physical energies. Accept the fact and move on. Problem free life is an illusion-a mirage in the desert. It is a dangerously deceptive perception, which can mislead blind and distract.

(2) Every problem has a limited span.
No one is up all the time nor they down all the time. Problems do end. They do go away. They are all resolved in time. Every problem has life span. No problem is permanent. Storms always give way to the sun. Winter always thaws into springtime. Your storm will pass. Your winter will thaw and you solve your problem.

(3) It holds positive possibilities.
Every problem has secret ingredients of some creative potential either for us or someone else. There are two sides of a coin. A problem to someone is a profitable business for others.

(4) It will change you.
They never leave us the way they found us. No one emerges from the problem untouched by tough times.

(5) You can choose what your problem will do to you
You cannot control the times, but you can compose your response. You may not have chosen you tough time but you can choose how you will react to it.

(6) There is a negative and positive reaction to every problem
The reaction you choose to a problem must make you more proud as a person. The positive solution to a problem may need courage to start it. Positive reaction should bring the greatest joy to as many people as possible.

Negative reactions would not help to come out from the problem. They will give on.

The reaction you choose to a problem must make you more proud as a person. The positive solution to a problem may need courage to start it. Positive reaction should bring the greatest joy to as many people as possible.

Negative reactions would not help to come out from the problem. They will give only temporary solutions to our pressing problem.

Learn and follow these six principles. You may find a solution to your problem.


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