Musings

When I can’t fix a solvable problem that I don’t have the resources/capability to address, I’ll take advantage of my competitive psychology by viewing it as a game with increasingly difficult milestones.  That way, I stand a chance at turning a monumental obstacle into a small nuisance, then into an easy habit.

In my experience, the astute employment of strategy and conditioning can bring daunting goals into the realm of possibility.

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7 thoughts on “Musings

  1. If nothing else, you can learn your limits and humility when faced with the “impossible” problem. Being humble and asking for help from those with the skills and/or resources to make the “impossible” possible can be just as effective and fulfilling. Aaand you can still learn something, and maybe even better yourself, too.

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  2. “In my experience, the astute employment of strategy and conditioning can bring daunting goals into the realm of possibility.” nice perspective!

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