If you currently have a problem to solve, you may be intrigued by the headline of this post…
Because you know it cannot be that simple…
Surely, there is no easy fix to a difficult problem. Otherwise, you would have found it.
Instead, you have been spinning your wheels for days now, without finding resolution. And the problem remains in the back of your mind, when not at the forefront. It distracts you. It causes you to stress. It makes you unhappy.
Then you might think… Could there really be an easy path?
Well, that’s not exactly what I’m suggesting…
But I know it really helps to put a problem into perspective.
Start with these 3 simple questions:
- How would you describe your level of energy, right now: is it low or high?
- How critical is the problem to you?
- If you don’t do anything, what is the likelihood that the problem will disappear on its own?
To any problem—and I really mean any—there are only 3 possible options you can consider.
And based on your answers to the questions above, well, you are most likely left with only one option.
Here there are.