Shoe shinning millionaire! #PowerThoughts Last night I watched the movie
Problem (almost) solved!
Yesterday I promised you a game-changing attitude towards ANY problem.
Here is a 3 step process on overcoming any obstacle:
- Clearer definition. A problem well defined is 50% solved. Invest some time to see and define clearly what this challenge is truly about.
- Problem Transmutation. It does not serve you to stay immobilized in the same problem for a prolonged period of time. Focus on transmuting a problem to a more manageable equivalent. For instance, let’s say you are a sales person and you are $10,000 behind your goal. You have a $10k problem. Now, let’s say you charge $500 for the product or service you are selling. You can transmute your $10k problem to a 20 client problem. Now let’s say your customer conversion rate is 20%. Now you have yet again transmuted your problem to 100 prospects and the course of action is much clearer to you!
- Perspective & Gratitude. See any problem as an opportunity for growth and feel grateful and eager for the new challenge. From the emotional point of gratitude, you have much more energy to resolve any situation!
I always focus
I am a master
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