Simple Technique To Tackle Your Problems

Whether it is a Billionaire or a little farmer from the county town, everyone has a problems. It doesn’t mean there is something wrong with you. In fact, “In a day, when you don’t come across any problems, you can be sure that you are travelling in a wrong path” – Says Swami Vivekanand.

But what sets successful people apart from unsuccessful ones is their way to approach their problems. There are many ways by which you can tackle your problems. However one of them is well known, which is writing your problems down. It sure seems like it will not make any difference, but it will. Follow thru the full post to see how it works.

According to the world famous author Robin Sharma, There is something very special that happens when you take out a piece of paper and list every single one of your problems on it. It is very much like the peaceful feeling you get after telling your best friend about something that has been troubling you for weeks. A weight somehow falls from your shoulders. You feel lighter, calmer and freer.

Robin says “I’ve discovered that while our minds can be our best friends, they can also be our worst enemies. If you keep thinking about your problems, pretty soon you will find you think about little else. The mind is a strange creature in this regard: the things you want it to remember it forgets, but all those things you want it to forget, it remembers.”

To let go of the mental clutter that your problems tend to generate, list all your worries on a piece of paper. If you do so, they will no longer be able to fester in your mind and drain your valuable energy. This simple exercise will also permit you to put your problems into perspective and tackle them in an orderly, well-planned sequence. Among the many successful people who have used this technique are martial arts master Bruce Lee and former prime minister of the United Kingdom Winston Churchill, who once said, “It helps to write down half a dozen things which are worrying me. Two of them, say, disappear; about two, nothing can be done, so it’s no use worrying; and two perhaps can be settled.”

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