Problems don't exist only opportunities. Do you agree? Explain
Every problem comes with a gift of its solution. When problems come they drive you up the wall to circumvent them and look for other opportunities which you may have never ever investigated.
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Very akin to 'If they give you lemons -dont toss them away -make lemonade -bottle and sell !
No, that is woo-woo positive thinking. There is another alternative to negative thinking and positive thinking -- that is REALISTIC thinking.
I think with every problem comes an opportunity for you, or taking it the way round we can see an opportunity curtained by the problem itself, it's what I think!
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