In today’s world, we encounter problems in almost all spheres of our lives. Problems can be professional or personal; big or small; simple or complicated; conscious or sub-conscious in nature. Whatever be its nature, one quality that each problem inherits is its potential to overpower our mind.
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Every problem embraces the "Blind men and an Elephant" story in which everyone describes the Elephant based on their upbringing, culture, experience, and cognitive understanding. Our problems are like the Elephant in that story - the description and the solution of the problem are tied to describer's cognizance.
Our understanding of a problem dictates whether we act like a poor chicken without head desperately looking for solution without knowing the problem completely or solve the problem like an expert.
Being human, we tend to resort to either any readily available work-around or ignore our problem akin to an ostrich hiding its head in the sand during a sandstorm, pretending that the storm doesn’t exist, instead of facing the reality. Since, most of the times, work-around turns out to be a mere ‘Work-around’ and not ‘the solution’ to the problem, our problem tends to resurface like an agitated spouse demanding deserving attention. An ignored problem is a cancer that, if not treated in time, may become terminal. Needless to mention the toll it takes on our personal life and time which are already in short supply. So, why ignore a problem and not put it to rest?
This book aims at helping you overcome your self-restraints and assist you in not only avoiding the side effects of unresolved problems but also finding ‘the right solution’ every time, and rest assured! It is not about self-abdication; rather it helps you in really knowing your true self and comprehending what really matters to you!