Thoughts: How to proactively attack a problem.

There’s a problem looming in the horizon, what do you do? Worry? Panic? Not mind it? Complain about it?

NO. You simply attack it. Attack it full force that it won’t even show up in your positively sunny horizon (oh look another metaphor, I’m getting pretty good at this).

How do you got about in attacking this problem? Here’s a general step by step guide on how to do it that can be personalized to anyone’s liking:

1) Write it down. There’s no point in knowing that there’s a problem if you just keep it to your head or your heart. One, it won’t be good for your health to keep on reeling or thinking about it, and two, writing it down will MAKE YOU tackle it head on.

2) Think of a quote, a person, or a memory that served as motivation for you during times of doubt. Keep them in your mind so you will me reminded of why you are doing what you do.

3) List down all the things that you need to do in order to attack the problem. Keep in mind that you need to focus on productive and realistic tasks.

God gives us problems in order to test our strength, our faith, and our resilience. It’s up to us, and of course with His help, to make sure that we come out strong in the end.


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