90 Day Challenge: Day 62 – Don’t Run From Your Problems

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In order to get to the next level, we have to pass the test. The test is the problem and we are also part of the problem. So, if you run from the problem you are trying to run from yourself and you can’t. It’s time to face the problems.

“Running away from the problems is a race you will never win, so just face then head on, and overcome them.” -Unknown

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What happens when you stop running and face your problems?

Well, you’ll experience new possibilities, exceed boundaries, and realize you were the person standing in your own way of growth and progress. It’s time to be your own catalyst for change.

When the problem seems unbearable, “Don’t say you are having a bad day, say you are having a character building day.” -Les Brown

Why do we run from our problems?

We run because we think it is too hard to deal with, but for the most part it’s because of fear. What happens is that we think we are inadequate to deal with whatever problems we are faced with. But if we can muster the courage to face those problems we’ll realize that we have the power within to deal with them.

We are often tempted to take the easy way out. The easy way out is not always the best way.

So, stop running from your problems, because if you face them now you’ll give yourself a better chance at succeeding at life. Remember, anyone can run from their problems because that’s easy. On the other hand, those who face them become stronger and wiser. Will that be you?

You may be facing family, financial, relationship, health or career problems. However, you have to deal with them to grow from them.

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

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