Declaration 14: "I am bigger than any problems. I can handle any problems."
According to Harv:
T. Harv Eker's Wealth File number Nine states, "Rich people are bigger than their problems. Poor people are smaller than their problems." According to Harv, if you have a big problem in your life, that simply means you are being a small person. Your outer world is simply a reflection of your inner world. When faced with a problem, exclaim, "Mini-Me!" says Harv. Then choose to take control of your thoughts. Saying this acknowledges you are seeing yourself as small, and by hearing this vocalized, you recognize this mind frame and redirect your thought patterns. You must grow to become a "big container," or toolbox, to hold more wealth. Don't focus on the problem. Instead, focus on the GOAL.
A Book in Time's Commentary:
Professionally: As problems are always a part of life, including in the workforce, it is imperative to understand how best to perceive and respond to them. Often, there is more than one way to resolve unfavorable or challenging circumstances. I have found that being able to describe/define the problem, then brainstorming best and worst-case scenarios is often helpful. From there, I think about or write down as many possible solutions as possible. Sometimes discussing with a trusted friend or work peer helps give a proper perspective. And, of course, lots of rest and sleep time always provide clarity, as the body works best when not under duress. I am amazed at the new perspective a morning may bring. Once all of these steps are carried out, the issue has suddenly dwindled, just as my options for resolutions, and my ability for deductive reasoning, have expanded.
Personally: It is easy to become overwhelmed when problems arise. And they always will. How I handle problems is key to remaining peaceful, joy-filled, and in control. As in my business approach, when personal problems arise, I break them down and examine the possible solutions. I find it best to have close friends or family to share them with if the issue needs other perspectives. Breaking down the issues and thinking of the right thing to do for the best outcome often minimizes the negative impact of the issue at hand. And I have noticed that writing down steps to resolve the issue if it is a complex problem makes it much more manageable. If I need to resolve them step by step, making a list and checking it off keeps me focused, on task, and productive rather than worried and stressed. This positively charged energy drives me towards the possibility of many potential and successful resolutions.
Spiritually: My God is always and forever bigger than any problem I have ever had or ever will encounter. I choose to be rich in spirit rather than poor in faith.
"My help comes from the Lord."
"I can do all things through Him Who strengthens me."
"Trust in the Lord with all of your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will make straight your path."
"My strength is made perfect in weakness."
2 Corinthians 12:9
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