All problems can be solved.

What Stops The World From Solving Its Problems?

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Of all of the roadblocks to problem solving, the biggest one that seems to stop people is that they are not willing to pay the price. The price for solving problems is composed of time, effort, or money. And from what I’ve seen, many people are looking for easy. They may see the alternative but it involves some temporary unpleasantness —like hard work—so they do nothing and their lives never change.

The other major cause of failure in problem solving is pride and ego.  People have too high opinion of themselves; they over rate their own abilities.

To make it plain:  people refuse to do what is necessary to solve their problems.  They need to take personal responsibility for their lives.  It is no one’s fault, but their own.

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Written by solutions777

December 5, 2012 at 1:11 am

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