Running from a problem is rarely a solution


Running from a problem is rarely a solution

If you run away from a problem, you will soon encounter an even stronger version of it. Instead, turn to face the problem, work your way through it, and then it will never be able to hold you back again.

The path to freedom is not through avoidance and denial, for that strategy only ends up heaping more trouble on top of the trouble that's already there.

The path to freedom is through truth, acceptance, effort and determination. There is no problem that can survive such a positive onslaught.

Though it is a pain, though it is an inconvenience, though it is messy and complicated, though it may be embarrassing, go ahead and deal with it. The sooner you deal with a problem, the less of your precious life it will steal from you.

The problems you ignore, avoid, and deny grow stronger. The problems you deal with disappear.
So which outcome would you prefer? Choose to promptly deal with it, and choose to be truly free.

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. “  -- Mark Twain

John Millar

Managing Director at More Profit Less Time

I am a Business and Executive Trainer and the Managing Director, Senior Trainer and Training Content Developer with More Profit Less Time Pty Ltd. I amproud to have been an associate of most successful team of Business and Executive trainer in the world. Recognised in 2010 in the top 50 of over 1300 collegues in 31 countries, I have over 25 years of hands- on Ownership, management, training and entrepreneurial experience.