Have you ever noticed that when you’re worried about something, all you can think about are your problems?
Then sometimes, out of the blue, someone comes in with fresh perspective, and your unsolvable problems suddenly have DOZENS of solutions…am I right?
The good news is you can be one of those “fresh perspective” people. This may come as a surprise but you get to choose what kind of perspective you wish to live in.
You can focus on finding problems and live in the realm of something’s wrong, or you can focus on solutions and live in the realm of infinite possibilities.
“Infinite possibilities are available to those who are willing to change their mindset and elevate their sight.” Sheeba Varghese Tweet That!
People who live in Possibility-ville are known (and sought out) as problem solvers & visionaries. They still have challenges, just like anyone else but they find their way out much faster, and can easily help others do the same.
The most enjoyable part of focusing on the possibilities of a problem is that they truly are infinite, which actually gives permission to get silly and play! This is something I often say to clients when they are trying to answer questions like “Why me?”, “What’s next?", or “What now?”
Don’t get caught up on in figuring out all the details of how you will come up with a solution. Instead, take time uncovering all of the possibilities first. Begin by throwing the most ridiculous, fantastic, left-field ideas on the table (using your childlike imagination), and one of them will inevitably spark a new idea that will give you the answers you need.
“I like thinking of possibilities. At any time, an entirely new possibility is liable to come along and spin you off in an entirely new direction.” ~Doug Hall Tweet That!
It is always valuable to have someone in your corner as you begin to live in this new realm of possibilities. As you develop this "muscle" it becomes easier to disengage from always seeing the problems in everything you encounter.
So, if living in the realm of infinite possibilities is new to you, or it’s something that needs to be dusted off, don’t hesitate to reach out to me for support.
Another option for you is to explore some of the other areas that you may need some support in by checking out my brand new series of Self Study Coaching Workbooks available to you. There’s something there for everyone.
Thrive in your moments,