The 9 Rules Of Highly Effective Handymen
If you assume there is a way to deal with a problem, you’ll probably find one.
You’ve seen the bumper sticker. Stuff happens. Minor frustrations are the norm, not the exception.
Trying to pin blame on someone is usually a waste of time.
Negativity clouds the mind. Got it? Good.
Because avoiding the victim trap is an essential component of the fixer philosophy.
If you drop and break a china cup, you can think “unfair,” or you can marvel at how long you and that cup defied gravity, a force powerful enough to sling planets through the solar system.
Then you can zero in on a solution.
You must get over that initial emotional response to a problem.
Only then you will start to think of solutions.
If you assume there is a way to deal with a problem, you’ll probably find one. Think self-fulfilling prophecy.