When problems arise many people come up with excuses as to why the problem exists. But a professionally positive mindset accepts the problem and focuses energy on creating solutions. How we use the word “positivity” is not always rainbows and butterflies. Problems do arise, and most often, we didn’t ask for them. However, we have full control over how we react to those problems.
Thinking back to elementary math, positives (+) add something to the equation while negatives (-) take something away. I apply this same philosophy to solving problems. I focus on adding to the equation so that we arrive at the desired solution. Professionals all over the world have to plan their days, weeks, and rest of their lives to reach the set goal. When problems arise, it can seriously take those plans off track, and the only way to get back on track is to keep the goal in sight and direct power to reaching that goal. That can mean forging a new path to the same outcome, or correcting what went wrong. What’s important to keep in mind is that making excuses for why the problem happened, and how bad it is affecting the plan, does not get you anywhere closer to your goal.
We experience all kinds of problems on our ways to our goals. Some are bigger than others, but when large or small problems arise, we have the same choice to make: Dwell in the problem, OR Find a solution. Which will you choose?
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My professional experience ranges everywhere from the US Army to restaurants and hospitality and professionally positive problem solving works no matter the setting, and I am always happy to share what I’ve learned. Above all, I am here to connect with people, solve problems, and inspire others to achieve their dreams. Reach out for help finding a solution, creating a plan or just to chat.