Looking for answers

We all are, all the time. We have issues and problems and baggage that never seem to end. And, it seems that the so called small problems present as much difficulty to solve as the so called big problems.

Here is a suggestion to help you find  potential solutions to your problems.

Try to imagine what outcome is that you would like to experience. In other words, start at the end and work backwards. Creating the vision will let you see the answer instead of trying to think of an answer.

I wonder if that’s where the phrase ‘looking’ for answers came from?






About Murray Hill

I am a proud Canadian that wonders around. A lot!
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