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The Problem with Calling Something a Problem

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Einstein once said, “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” I’m inclined to agree. If we kept the same thinking we would probably compound our problem. The best we could hope for would be for it to stay exactly as it is.

However, have you ever considered that the things we often call problems aren’t actually problems? And when that is taken…

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Jason Henry

Jason Henry

Former Edu. Psychologist | Current Writer | Constant Learner | “By your stumbling the world is perfected.”

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