Be A Possibilitarian

Nine people were discussing a business problem. The challenge they were

facing was not there fault; it was circumstances beyond their control that

resulted in this problem.

The problem was identified, and they were discussing what they were going to do about it. "What will we do," asked one of them.

One person immediately said, "There is nothing we can do."

That response was unacceptable to the rest of the group and acted as a spark of action. "Yes, there is something we can do!" replied two of them in unison.

It was at that point that their minds started to work coming up with solutions.

We are all faced with challenges at some point in our life, challenges that

we did not create. Challenges that happened beyond our control. The

difference is how we respond to these challenges. You can adopt the attitude there is nothing you can do, or you can see the challenge as your call to action.

As Norman Vincent Peale said, "Become a 'possibilitarian'.

No matter how dark things seem to be or actually are, raise your sights and see the possibilities - Always see them, for they are always there."

... shoOOonya ...

From Switzerland, Geneva

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Dear Shoonya I am new to the cite hr. forum and it was very interesting to read ur article An excellent piece. keep it up. looking forward for many such interesting articles. from jayasri
From India, Delhi
hi Jayasri ....
Thanks for the same ....
I would like to add here that there is a wealth of information on this site.
You could practically spend days on this site discovering ....
Also ... Most of the forum members are pretty active sharing articles adn discussing several relevant and significant topics. Also, helping each other on various things. Hope you also become a significant and active member.
Welcome !!
... shoOOonya ...

From Switzerland, Geneva
Just adding a few thoughts to yours...

Sometimes Challenging Situations are ways to God to generate friction in the grey area within ourselves...
DO WE REALLY NEED TO THINK TO DO OUR REGULAR WORK.
Its only in such challenging situations that we put the rusted part of ours to use...
So cherish these challenges to keep yourselves...LIVE and ALIVE..
Enjoy Living...

From India, Hyderabad
Dear . shoOOonya ...
Well said I really like your article and sometimes we are doing the same mistakes so we should follow the same as Possibilitarian....
Keep it up and never stop writing.You are doing a good job.
Thanks
Adnan

From Bangladesh

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