Often the problem isn’t that hard to solve but with so many distractions going on in our lives; so many things to do in such little time available, we over-complicate matters.
The little job turns into a big job and before you know it, there are tools all over the place
There are people who will take credit for the problems we have solved – it happens!
Sometimes we are told and lead to believe, that we need a bigger tool box and a new set of expensive tools. And sometimes we borrow tools from another person.
A tool on its own is pretty useless as an item unless you offer it up to the problem
The instructions don’t have to be complicated either and yes, some advice and shared experience really does help us to be more resilient to life’s great challenges.
The fact of the matter is this. If the problem appears to be hard to crack, it actually might not be at all. Some of the solution is just simple common sense and either a helping hand, a little bit of advice and guidance, or just a smaller tool to get the right result. The desired effect so to speak.
Otherwise, you might end up with, (you guessed it)…egg on your face! Da daaa! 🙂
Being resilient doesn’t have to be complicated!
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