Thursday, June 29, 2017

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Overwhelm That Problem

That problem won't stand once you throw everything you've got at it.

Focus, Center, Solve.

-- Doug Smith

No Judgement Necessary

I try not to judge other people's problems by my own problems.

We're different.

Besides, no one elected me judge.

How about you?

-- Doug Smith

When You Ignore A Problem

You can only ignore your problem until it becomes somebody else's problem.

Then you've REALLY got a problem...

-- Doug Smith

Friday, June 16, 2017

Up To You

It's easy to blame someone else for your problems but that doesn't fix them.

That's up to you.

-- Doug Smith

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Tuesday, June 13, 2017

The Trouble With Walking Away

Walking away from an unsolved problem is a fairly certain way of guaranteeing you'll see that problem again.

-- Doug Smith

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One and The Same

Try not to let solving problems get in the way of achieving your goals. They could be one and the same.

-- Doug Smith

Monday, June 12, 2017

Sunday, June 11, 2017

Talk About It

Sometimes it's not even the words we say when talking about a problem that leads to a solution but rather the act of talking about it.

-- Doug Smith

Sunday, June 4, 2017

Problems Connecting People

Do you ever think about how problems can bring people together.

We would not choose the problem, and in many cases would not even choose to interact with the people involved, yet when we remained focused on understanding and collaboration, the problem can bring people together in ways otherwise unavailable.

We can grow individually as we work collaboratively.

Think of problems as a way of connecting people who would otherwise disconnect.

It will help you to solve the problem, and in the process, you'll meet some rather neat people.

-- Doug Smith