Easy solution guide

There comes a point in our lives where at least one, if not more than one of these fit a current moment:

Losing a place to stay

A heated argument between best friends

Misbehaving kids

Lost employment

Vehicle issues

Late bills

Family squabbles

Lack of entertainment

Low money

Deciding between to to spend a long term relationship with

Loss of a friend/family member

Pet disappeared

Work drama

First step is believing everything will work out in the end

Second step is to actually find the root cause of the situation. Doesn’t mean to point fingers and accuse, but to ask the right questions to get to the root

Third is to think through the matter to find a logical way out. If needed spend time alone to figure things out

Fourth is to find resolution. “What did you learn from this? How can I/we fix this?”

Fifth is prevention. What can be done to prevent this from happening again?

While this is metaphorical in this situation, there’s still truth when trying to find opportunity. Just because something may not go 100% to plan, always have a plan B. There’s a quote I heard from an unknown source I want to repeat – “There are 26 letters in the alphabet. That’s 26 ways to solve an issue.”

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