Monday, November 14, 2016

How To Become A Problem Solver

              "No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it."
                                                              - Albert Einstein

Are you having problems in your life right now?

Are you experiencing some big difficulties or maybe even a setback?

Are you constantly thinking about these problems and analyzing them in your head over and over again?

Of course most of us are dealing with problems and obstacles in our lives.
Who doesn´t!!!
But the important thing is to figure out how to solve these problems as quickly as possible without wasting all of our mental energy and before we get completely stuck in the problem

Never wish that life was easier and without problems and obstacles.
Wish that you better at dealing and solving theses situations in your life.
Learning and growing is part of life.
When you solve a problem you grow. You become bigger than the problem.
In order to live we must constantly grow
Growth and progress will make us feel happy and fulfilled.

Here a re a few tips on how to become a problem solver!

- Describe the problem.
  Get clarity on what is going on. Clarity is power.

- Write things down.
   In your head you will continue to go around in circles.

- What are you willing to do to make a change?
   Even if you don´t like the action that you must take.
   Are you willing to do as much as possible to solve this problem?

Because we don´t want to do something or maybe it will make us feel uncomfortable doing it, we won´t do what is necessary to make it happen for us.

- What are you no longer willing to do?

Maybe you are tired of feeling defeated and tired of complaining. How about stating to yourself, that you are no longer willing to live in fear and stress every day.
Maybe you are not willing to put yourself last anymore and you will make yourself your own first priority.

- Ask better and more powerful questions?

1. What is actually great about this problem?

2. What can I learn from this problem or this setback?

3. What is not perfect yet?

4. What am I willing to do to make it the way I want it?

5. What am I willing not to do to make it the way I want it?

6. How can I enjoy the process?

The minute you go from problem to question you will find the solution.
Answers will come from new questions because it will change your state.
When you are in a lousy state - most of the time you will ask lousy questions.

To be able to ask there questions you must put yourself in a better state.
Learn to shift your focus on solutions instead of being stuck in the problem.

Whatever you focus on  - you will feel in your body.

Come up with as many answers or solutions as you can.

Write your answers down.

There are no problems - there are just questions.

                                            Karin Glannstam - Personal Success Coach

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