A problem is not a problem, it is a gift.
A problem is not really a problem, it is a gift. If you see a problem as a problem, then it is a problem. But if you see a problem as an opportunity to learn, to uncover a hidden issue, then it is a gift.
“A problem is not really a problem, it is a gift.”
“The problem is not that there are problems. The problem is expecting otherwise and thinking that having problems is a problem.”—- Theodore Rubin, psychiatrist
A problem is not a problem, it is a gift to learn new things.
A problem is an opportunity for you to learn and grow. If you want to grow in your career, look for problem to solve. You have to find problems to work on. Don’t do the same thing everyday, look for something strange to work on. You have to embrace problems, they are your friends, not your enemy.
“It is only because of problems that we grow mentally and spiritually.” —- Dr. M. Scott Peck, American psychologist. Embrace problems so that you can grow mentally and spiritually.
Embrace problems, and learn from them.