Don’t waste a good problem, a 4 part process to understand how to go from having problems to thriving – Strong Advice

Don’t waste a good problem, a 4 part process to understand how to go from having problems to thriving

Problems have affected you.  Problems caused by your actions and problems caused by others.   Your mindset determines whether that is good or bad. Think of 3 problems you have faced.  What was the result?  Is your life better now? Worse off?

There is a simple yet powerful process that can change the effects of problems which can turn you into a stronger more capable person.  The end result going from a life of surviving problems to a life of thriving because of those problems.

The 4 parts-

  1. Suffering – Problems cause suffering.  Suffering is not ideal.  Yet, it leads us to make changes.
  2. Endurance – Endurance is the by-product of suffering. How?  The changes we make because of the suffering from problems, become a process to deal faster with the problems when they appear again.  We get smarter.  Remember, there will always be problems.
  3. Character – The endurance will lead us to building character by creating a process to handle problems.  We will know how to keep from getting into the situations in the first place.  When character is refined by problems we become stronger and wiser.
  4. Hope – Character produces hope.  We have hope that we will overcome the problems that we face.  Hope is powerful!

The Covid pandemic has caused many problems in our lives.  How have you overcome those problems? Are you stronger because of it?

Bottom line: Hope helps us mature and become more effective in our leadership.  A SA leadership coach can walk alongside you to effectively deal with problems that come up.  Click the Bot and get connected.

Only a fool would want a life with no problems.

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    By Bryan Webster
    Staff at Strong Advice  
    +971 585 912 646

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