You Can Quickly And Easily Solve Your Problems

by Peter Murphy

Today I just wanted to write you a quick note to encourage you. 
Why? Because even as you are doing your best to be motivated there 
will be days when it all seems too much.

No matter how challenging life gets bear in mind the following 
three points and you can solve any problem you face.

1 Your problems are not personal

Most of our problems can be solved right away once we learn 
the correct strategy. Theories might help however often they 
will only allow you to understand the problem without giving 
you a solution you can put to good use right away.

Be alert to resources that show you practical strategies. A 
breakthrough is possible sooner than you think once you find 
and use an effective strategy. 

2 Your problems are not pervasive

When things are not working out and you feel like giving up -- 
stop! Look for aspects of your life that are working to remind 
yourself that not everything is falling apart. It is unlikely 
that every single one of your relationships is in trouble. It 
is highly unlikely that motivation is an issue for you 24 
hours a day.

Look for opportunities to learn and improve a little at a 
time. If you can take baby steps and make just a little 
progress each day you will be amazed at how far you will 
progress over the next 6 months.

3 Your problems are not permanent

Whenever it seems like there is no end in sight to your 
growing problems -- have faith!

Think about all the old problems that are now no longer part of
your life. Remember people you used to have trouble relating 
to who you now enjoy talking to. 

And allow the possibility of change in the future. After all 
change is the only thing we can count on in the future. And 
thankfully that applies to all your problems as well.

How can you accelerate the possibility of positive change?

By changing yourself to become the kind of person who easily
handles problems. 

Your biggest problems in life are likely to have once been 
small problems that grew and grew until you felt unable to 
deal with them. 

Now is the time to stop procrastination taking control of your 
life and instead discover a better way to make the most of the 
opportunities in front of you. And solve problems before they 
grow too large.

Peter Murphy is a peak performance expert. He recently produced a  
very popular free report that reveals how to crush procrastination and 
sustain lasting motivation. Apply now because it is available for a limited 
time only at: http://www.getmotivatedstaymotivated.com/special.htm