Problems are always going to happen. Many times when they do happen we will put the problem under a microscope and magnify it to make it bigger or worse than it really is.
When we blow it out of proportion and lose sight of what the real problem is. We begin focusing on things that are not part of the immediate problem and create obstacles not solutions.
It would be like if the toilet overflowed and instead of figuring out why the toilet overflowedand fix it, you call a plumber to re-plumbthe entire house instead of focusing on the one toilet.
Tony Robbinsgives twogreat pointswhen it comes to dealing with problems.
- See the problem for exactly how it is, not less than it is, not worse than it is.
- Get to the real truth of the problem and then deal with it, get it done and move on.
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