Are you beaten by a problem or do you rise to a challenge? | Tony Brassington

 

Are you beaten by a problem or do you rise to a challenge?

Are you beaten by a problem or do you rise to a challenge?

We all start off in life full of the optimism of youth. Soon we find that things do not always go our way. We hit problems or challenges, successful people have challenges and rise to a challenge. People with problems, struggle with them and can be beaten by problems. So choose to have a challenge and not a problem. Then we start having to solve challenges, we get good at this solving challenges. Some people at some point in life then set goals. They actually choose to set themselves a whole new set of big challenges,  they do not at the start know the answers to these challenges, yet choose to pursue them anyway. Eventually they reach their goals by overcoming all kinds of challenges. They actually get so good at solving challenges that that they set new challenges, bigger than before. They solve them more easily than before because they are well practised in challenge solving. To solve and overcome challenges is personally satisfying, adding to the quality of life, making a person feel more fulfilled.

Now some also start off in life full of the optimism of youth and soon find that things do not always go their way, they hit problems. These problems weigh heavy on their mind, every day its, problems, problems, problems. These problems make the person unhappy. They think about them more and more and these problems seem to get bigger.  They seem to attract more and more problems to them. This is true because of the law of attraction; we get more of the things that we focus on. If they would realise that they if are not problems, but challenges that can be solved and overcome, then they could move forward to happier more content lives.

You see a problem is a negative word and a challenge is a positive word. A negative thing holds you back, but the positive progresses you to where you want to be. So do not be beaten by a problem, but rise to a challenge? Tony Brassington

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