Solving Your Problems

Problem Solving (2)

All problems are not alike

You may say

They are not equal

But these techniques

I have used them

You may have seen them

But I want to break them down

My way

If you haven’t address your problems

This way

They may never go away

Define the problem

So you can know exactly

What you are dealing with

If you haven’t

You may have been giving yourself

More work

If your approach is negative

You may want to change it

To positive

If you are trying to solve the problem

The say old way

You may want to

Change that today

Be proactive

The sooner the better

You’ll be happier

No problem will go away

If you are doing it this way

Blame someone else

It’s time

Take full responsibility

But in the mean while

Think ahead

Because the problem can be more

Than what you think

It may push you to the brink

But still think

And I hope you remain positive

You may not have solved your problems with the many attempts that you have made, but you must not give up on yourself.

IT IS POSSIBLE TO GO BEYOND LIMITATIONS. IT MAY NOT BE EASY, BUT IT IS POSSIBLE.

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THE BEST IS STILL WITHIN YOU!

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2 responses to “Solving Your Problems

  1. Oftentimes our greatest strength lies in our own believing. Were it not for the better coming of days would we waste away in ruin, our salvation championed by our own examine, our victor the salvage without limitation.

    Richard, thank you so much for opening doors to new frontiers and the passage of dreams. Were it not for your own unwavering convictions in the face of adversity your journey may well have veered in distraction to a course of other attentions.

    Life brings with it a complex mapping of visions and we the deciphers of its reason. May your inspired words resonate sounds to our greatest expectations as we close out the year with a heightened sense of ‘Going Beyond Limitations.’

    Warmest regards and best of the season.

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