" I have a very simple philosophy: fill what's empty, empty what's full, scratch where it itches." – Alice Roosevelt Longworth
In other words, the problems, be they simple or complicated, always have simple solutions.
We live more concerned than necessary because we think that problems must have complex solutions because we believe that complex is nice and simple doesn't work.
Truth is that usually simple works optimally, but, because it seems simple, we don't even try. "It can't work" – we say. Want an example?
- – "How would I know what my customer / partner / child / parent thinks? Am I a wizard?"
Ever thought about asking them?
- – " Oh, this is not for me, I can't do this!"
Ever thought about learning?
- – " I don't have time."
Have you ever thought that you have 24 in a day? 24!
- – " I have overwhelming problems! One after the other."
Have you thought about leaving the big problems in small challenges ? After solving these one by one ?
- – " What you're saying is very nice, but I would like to see you in my shoes! .. "
So why not do what you think I would do if I were in your place?
This fact seems to be true: things happen.
These things can be a problem for some and an opportunity for others, depending on the point of view. In the face of such problems, some can be solved quickly, some slowly, others block and go bitter.
It seems obvious that the extent of the problem is related to you and not the fact.
Good. If it were related to the fact, nothing could be done about it because the possibility of changing a fact is not in your list of powers. But if the problem has to do, not with the fact but with you, then it gets more interesting: because you can change yourself.