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A Few Irresistible Solution Tools for Burning Problems

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This article demonstrates how to use various solution tools as appropriate for intense problems in our lives in the best possible ways. Some of these are creating new beliefs, having a good self-image, changing your approach, and laughing it away. Let’s look at each in a little more detail by turns.

Creating New Beliefs

Sometimes sticking to old beliefs that you have formed since childhood and imposed upon you by your teachers, parents, and peers may become a challenge in your life at some point without allowing you to proceed in your life and be a success. When this happens, it is a sign that you need to form new beliefs about your life, attitude, and outlook.

For example, I had the following old beliefs/thoughts:

1) It is not necessary to be very rich.

2) If Ma doesn’t consent to something, things take a different turn from what I imagine.

3) I dwell on the past to learn from the past. But in the process, I stay stuck in the past, thinking back in the day about how I could take different paths.

4) I am always worried about my future (Tip: That's where negative thoughts set in).

5) I have to make great efforts and work very, very hard to make my dreams come true.

6) If I could only jump to my new destination…

7) It is so hard to get the things I want.

Now I know the above beliefs are very self-limiting and full of doubt.

How did I come about hitting my old beliefs? I just observed my thoughts and my habits from an angle. Above all, I had inner speculation of myself and how it was affecting the environment around me. The current situation in my life I have come to know is simply the result of my thoughts. I am trying to change that in a big way by changing my beliefs and notions. Now here are my new beliefs and views that have helped me to improve the current situation in my life a great deal:

1) There is nothing evil about having money more than necessary. I choose to be in a state of abundance and cease to focus on lack.

2) I think positive thoughts all day long, and even when negative thoughts creep in, I immediately replace them with positive introspection again.

3) I feel gratitude for what I already have and live in the now. It makes me receptive to the new gifts that the Universe is about to shower upon me.

4) I have to be happy where I am before going where I want to be.

5) I need to work smarter, not harder. (I am still working on this.)

6) I love myself, and everything falls into place.

7) The magic is in the power of believing in myself.

8) If I want something, I have to put my constant focus on it.

9) I can achieve the impossible only if I think I can.

I think it is obvious by now which of my thoughts and beliefs were faulty and I worked smartly to change them.

Having a Good Self-Image

When you have good times, it is easy to have a good self-image. You are also automatically good to yourself. But how about bad times or not being able to cope with a burning problem? My advice would be not to let that self-image be shattered and be torn apart under any circumstances because they only aggravate your difficulty.

Try to look at yourself from a mentor or counselor's point of view. What would they tell you now that you are in this situation? Mentally make a note, or better still, write them down from their point of view. You can be your counselor if you practice being one; it is not hard.

So, you have a blazing problem only. You haven't lost your home, or a loved one, or even a job. Is it wise then to shatter your positive self-image and let it get in your way? Think about it. Think about it twice. You will regain your consciousness, be in the flow, retain your positive self-image, and even you will be able to pat yourself on the back and say: “Come on, you can handle this!”

This attitude solves more than 50% of your problem. You get the solution to the other 50% of your difficulty by brainstorming, staying strong, and hitting on ideas one after another. Sometimes it is just one Eureka idea that lets all the floodlights in. I guess you get the idea.

So never let a burning problem cost your ideal self-image and keep it from treating yourself well. It is vital that you stick to this tip in overwhelming times, and it can be guaranteed it will pay off.

Pic: Building a Good Self-Image

Pic: Building a Good Self-Image

Changing Your Approach

Sometimes you have tried with all kinds of ideas one after another, but the profound problem in your hand doesn't still seem to get solved. It is high time you stop playing with ideas and believe in yourself, and therefore, change your approach to get different positive results.

I want to show you by example how this solution tool works in reality. I do like to write fiction stories for a free site as a passion hobby, but after publishing one such fiction story, days went by, and I did not get many downloads up to my expectations. I worked with ideas like sending an email to my email list (which is, in fact, not very long) about my fiction story. I also began to collect more emails that came in my way in my account and advertised to them about my free fiction eBook, and I also carried out free press exposure. But nothing worked to give me downloads of my eBook and get it the attention I wanted. So, I said to myself, I will believe in myself, and I waited patiently for a while.

Then magically, there was a newsletter in my self-help email account from a top self-help expert, Chris Cade, who said that the most important word you can replace the words you are using every day is by using the word "choose." Now how do you use this word?

The answer in my case was that I was using phrases like, ”I will just believe in myself”, or "I want to get a larger number of downloads for my most recent eBook. "

As it turned out, according to Chris Cade, "will" or "want" needed a different approach by utilizing the word "choose." This is how the clarification to my issue should have been:

"I choose to believe in myself ", or "I choose to get a larger number of downloads for my most recent fiction eBook." And boy did it work? It worked like a miracle! Everything was happening fast. I got an email right in front of my open email account within seconds where I saw the sender was the free eBooks' site editor. The email had the subject line, "Editor's Choice: The best books this week."

And guess what I saw inside this email! The editor's choice for the week's first best book image was that of the one I had most recently authored and had it published on the site, and it was the one I was worried about all along!

I danced in ecstasy. I knew my problem was solved only because I chose to take a different approach regarding my scorching worry. A huge number of the site's other subscribers would have had also gotten the same email. As my book image was the first one, according to the editor's choice, naturally, these subscribers would be clicking on the image first and foremost among other book images and downloading my book with higher priority! Can you see the trend? I bet you do, now that I have explained everything so lucidly.

This is what a change in one's approach would do concerning a vigorous problem. Try it and experiment with it as much as you can, and its benefits will be promising.

Laughing it Away

When you are at your wit’s end concerned about your red-hot problem, fake a laugh. Try it. Once you have faked it, fake again. You are bound to end up laughing in reality right from your heart. Is there a better way to handle your problem? This is because a happy mood opens opportunities for solutions.

While you are happy solving your problem, the others get positive vibes of energy from you. Soon many people are operating efficiently around. They may come back to you, and you can share each other's points of view on the problems, which you are already working on.

You may share a laugh again concerning the complexity and absurdity of the problem. Who knows, the solution to your problem may end up sitting on your lap, or you may be getting the solution that has been sticking out and staring at you all along.

Such is the power of laughing your problems away. It helps you to relax and stretch. What better way is there than to handle your difficulty from this state? As I have explained, good vibes of energy are a great way to reach the answers to your burning problems, only if you allow yourself. Next time if you have an agonizing concern regarding your work, relationships, or health, see how it goes laughing it away.

Pic: Laughing Her Blues Away

Pic: Laughing Her Blues Away

Conclusion

The above four solution tools are a few of my tips to overcome a crisis or a hard-to-endure problem. You can get a longer version of 18 tips in a free eBook titled, “The Best Ways to Utilize Solution Tools for Burning Problems” (authored by me), which appears on my website given on the HP profile page (profile id: surovi99). Remember to use all the tools wisely. The significance of these solution tools or possibilities can be summarized by the following quote.

“When you focus on problems, you will have a plethora of problems. When you focus on possibilities, you will have a plethora of opportunities.”

— Zig Ziglar

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This article is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge. Content is for informational or entertainment purposes only and does not substitute for personal counsel or professional advice in business, financial, legal, or technical matters.

© 2021 Rosina S Khan

Comments

Rosina S Khan (author) on September 04, 2021:

Amazing solution tools for burning problems. More in an eBook.

Rosina S Khan (author) on September 01, 2021:

Yes, Vidya, changing strategy and laughter help to solve our problems. I am glad you liked all the solution tools. I appreciate your positive comments. Thanks.

VIDYA D SAGAR on September 01, 2021:

Great advice on solutions for problems. Many times when we are stuck with a problem, changing strategy helps. I have experienced it. Laughter sure is a mood changer, a good therapy for anxiety and depression. I liked all the points. Thanks for sharing.

Rosina S Khan (author) on September 01, 2021:

What you say is interesting and right. My solution tools are not external though and have something to do with working inside and growing.

Thank you, Manatita, for your very insightful comments. Truly appreciated.

manatita44 from london on September 01, 2021:

Some interesting thoughts. I feel that whatever works for you is great! Someone else may benefit from it and some won't. The soul grows through experience and something as simple as Covid-19 may wake us up to the Buddha's philosophy that all we have, is the eternal now ... that tomorrow is not ours... that all is transient.

The fear of death or dying can also do this. yet again, it may not in many, and they would require another 100 years or two incarnations.

Who decides? Ones karma in cooperation with the Divine. We cannot move faster than Grace, yet grow we must. Life is evolution and we grow with it. All external help are merely catalyst to point or drive us within, at the appointed hour. God speed!!

Rosina S Khan (author) on August 26, 2021:

I am pleased to know, Ankita, that you loved my solution tools and that they would be of great help to people. Thank you for the congratulations.

I appreciate your generous comments very much.

Ankita B on August 26, 2021:

Wonderful article, Rosina. I loved your solution tools and it will definitely be of great help to everyone. Congratulations and best wishes for your ebook. Thank you for sharing this insightful article.

Rosina S Khan (author) on August 26, 2021:

I am glad, Denise, you like the solution tools. Yes, it always helps to laugh and a funny movie is a right antidote.

Thank you for your generous and thoughtful comments. I really appreciate them.

Denise McGill from Fresno CA on August 26, 2021:

What good reminders. I especially like the word "choose". I must remember to use this word more often. Sometimes I will put on a funny movie to make me laugh when I feel things are down. It always helps to laugh. Thank you.

Blessings,

Denise

Rosina S Khan (author) on August 25, 2021:

Oh! Brenda, I didn't think before that this article would have been great for the word prompt, "Lesson". But now yes, I realize it. Just missed the shot. LOL!

Yes, it is always good to learn new ways of thinking. I am glad you found the solution tools to be valid.

I appreciate your generous comments a lot.

BRENDA ARLEDGE from Washington Court House on August 25, 2021:

Rosina

This is an excellent article.

Your points are all valid.

This would have been a great one for the word prompt Lesson.

It is always good to learn new ways of thinking. We are usually brought up to learn our parents manners which is great in some aspects, but as we grow older we must learn to decide for ourselves.

Great write.

Rosina S Khan (author) on August 25, 2021:

I am pleased, Fran, that you enjoyed reading my solution tools, especially laughter. Thank you for your kind comment. Truly appreciated.

fran rooks from Toledo, Ohio on August 25, 2021:

Rosina, love your 'food for thought ideas, especially laughter. I really enjoyed your article. Thanks for sharing.

Rosina S Khan (author) on August 25, 2021:

Thank you, Misbah, for enjoying the article. I haven't watched the movie although I had heard about it. Now that you mention it, I will keep it in my mind to watch it.

I appreciate your generous and positive comments. Blessings to you as well.

Misbah Sheikh from The World of Poets on August 25, 2021:

Rosina, you made some excellent points. A positive attitude can go a long way. Laugh when upset, Really? People close to me would think I have gone mad. Despite the fact that it is a popular therapy. I remember seeing it in Sanjay Dutt's film Munna Bhai MBBS.

It was a very good and interesting read. Thanks a lot for sharing it with us. Take care and stay happy.

Blessings always!

Rosina S Khan (author) on August 25, 2021:

I am glad, Pamela, you like the solution tools. Laughing at self is the best solution when everything goes wrong. It relieves you a lot. I am happy you have worked through problems much as I describe. Yes, I guess the article will help people who are not at a good place in their life.

Thank you for your gorgeous comments. I really appreciate them.

Pamela Oglesby from Sunny Florida on August 25, 2021:

Having a positive, good self image goes a long way. I like your solutions tools. I never thought about laughing when I was upset.

My beliefs have been set for quite a while, probably due to my age. I worked through problems much like you describe. I think this is a terrific article, Rosina. I believe it will help some people who are not at a good place in their life. Thanks for sharing such a detailed article.

Rosina S Khan (author) on August 25, 2021:

I agree with you, Ravi. Yes, my solution tools are good starting points that can be used as a reference. And yes, every person has the key to find solutions to their problem. I mention this point also in my complete eBook. You can have a look over the eBook.

Thank you for taking the time out to read this article. I really appreciate your comments.

Ravi Rajan from Mumbai on August 25, 2021:

Thanks, Rosina for this wonderful article. I think there is no one-for-for-all -problems as every problem is different and every person facing that problem is unique. So your tools are good starting point that can be used as a reference. Every person has the key to find solutions to his/her own problems, the only thing it might take a little more time to crack it.

Rosina S Khan (author) on August 25, 2021:

Good for you, Bill! I appreciate your comment anyways.

Bill Holland from Olympia, WA on August 25, 2021:

I don't have any burning problems, other than getting older. lol Good suggestions, though, for the younger folk.

Rosina S Khan (author) on August 25, 2021:

Thank you, Peggy, for liking my article and for the congratulations. I really appreciate it.

Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on August 25, 2021:

Your advice is filled with positivity. Congratulations on getting the editor's choice mention on your e-book. I hope you get numerous downloads!

Rosina S Khan (author) on August 25, 2021:

Thank you for agreeing with all the solution tools. Yes, one of the mantras of modern times is to work smarter, not harder. Thank you for the congratulations.

I appreciate your kind comments a lot, Chitrangada. Enjoy your day as well.

Chitrangada Sharan from New Delhi, India on August 25, 2021:

An insightful article, and a handy guide for leading a good life.

I agree with all your solution tools. The mantra nowadays is, work smarter, not harder— completely agree.

Times have changed, and therefore, the methods to deal with the problems, should also change, accordingly.

Congratulations and best wishes for your e-book.

Thank you for sharing. Have a great day!

Rosina S Khan (author) on August 25, 2021:

I am glad, John, the solution tools resonated with you. Read the eBook as well and you will get more magical tips. Yes, "I choose" mantra by Chris Cade definitely worked wonders for me.

I appreciate your generous comments so much.

John Hansen from Gondwana Land on August 25, 2021:

This was wonderful, Rosina. Your solution tools mentioned are spot on and will be helpful for many people, including me. The tip bt Chris Cade to use "I choose" as a mantra certainly worked wonders for you. Congratulations on the eBook as well. Thank you for sharing.

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