Roots

“Problems are not stop signs, they are guidelines.”

Robert H. Schuller

Problems feel very… mushy when you are confronted by them. ‘I need to fix my health’, ‘I need to earn more money’, ‘I’m not motivated enough’… 

Without proper consideration and clarity, our problem (and associated thoughts with those problems) can easily derail us by there intangible nature.

That’s why the first course of action when dealing with something is acknowledge that it exists. Once we do that, we can begin to get a grasp of what the problem is and where we can start hacking away at it.

We’ve got to get to the heart of the issue. Where does the problem start? Where are it’s roots? What’s feeding and watering it? 

Often problems arises from little things we neglect and slowly build into bigger things before we know it.

We can’t change the past, but we can hedge and do our part to protect our future. What are the little things you know you are neglecting that need attention right now? What are the little things you might be missing?

STAY BOLD, Keep Pursuing,
— Josh Waggoner | Daily Blog #694


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