How To Deal With Your Stubborn Problems


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A well known characteristic of any problem whether stubborn or not is the fact that, when left unattended, it gets bigger and bigger. Despite this known fact, many of us run away or hide from our problems, especially the very stubborn ones.

Dealing with stubborn problems is more of a skill than a talent. No one is born with the ability to overcome problems easily. However, with time, we learn and acquire substantial knowledge on how to deal with obstinate problems.

The key part of the problem solving knowledge is to understand that, a problem will never go away by simply hiding from it or running away. The most effective way to get rid of problems including the stubborn and stalking ones is to work through them.

You must recognize that, in each problem lies a unique opportunity, an opportunity for the creation of real value, and something substantive.

With that being said, it does not mean you should unnecessary engulf your life with problems. It simple means, when they come along, you must not ignore them, but look into working through them.

And in doing so, do not overlook at the real value of ‘experience and learning’ that the problem will offer you.

Dealing with stubborn problems demands that, difficult and throbbing choices must be made. They may seem painful to make, but if the problem is ignored to safeguard these choices, the outcome will be much more painful.

Do not ever hide away from problems. That is not an option for any over comer or achiever.

If a problem hits you, gear up your lions and face it promptly with absolute confidence. In addressing or working through the problem, look for the hidden opportunity and make something out of it. If nothing at all, you will still have the experience as a treasure to keep forever.


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Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri, Esq
I am a Hedonist, Contrarian, Traveller, Lawyer, Atheist, Thinker, Writer, Minimalist & a Professional Truth Sayer.

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