Developing and evolving a solution orientation takes time, discipline and practice. I ran across this great example of innovative problem solving: “My therapist set half a glass of water in front of me. He asked if I was an optimist or pessimist. So, I drank the water and told him I was a problem solver.” To thrive at work, at home and in our relationships, it’s time to differentiate ourselves by tackling problems head on and channeling our attitude, time and energy to surfacing solutions rather than breeding more problems.
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