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    « Plateaus Come | Main | Visualizing »
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    Problems

    Encountering problems is a sign we are alive declared Norman V. Peale, so we should not resent or grumble about pesky problems. King Solomon noted that human life is filled with trouble. Problems are sure to appear on our path to success.

    Positive leaders are not baffled by problems. As soon as one can step back from the problem, use the creative part of our mind. Consider what can be done to alleviate or solve that current problem. Grumbling and complaining that we have another crisis will not help to solve it.

    Dr. Peale suggests we employ determination to solve it. Dedicate some time to our problem at different periods throughout our day or week to analyze it. As soon as we come up with a plan, discipline ourself to solving it so we can move on. Don’t let others’ words or opinions cause us to lower our expectations.

    So let’s not permit problems to deter us from our goal. Here is an undisputable fact. There is a no problem we will encounter that with God’s help we cannot handle.

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