Most of us, when we have a problem, will usually do one of several things to solve it.

We might look at the problem and do whatever pops into our head without researching what others have done in similar situations.

This is actually the most common approach, and sometimes it works, but most of the time you get only so-so results.

Another thing we might do is to ask other people if they had the same problem, and if so, what worked for them.

The main problem with this approach is that the other person’s situation may not have been the same, and so their solution may not work in our case.

This tends to lead to trying several different things before you find one that works for you.

Some folks may even have a pet theory and will suggest something they’ve never tried, which could make the problem even worse.

Those who are more intellectually oriented may go and buy a book on the subject–or three or ten–and really dive in and study the problem, what others have done, what the experts say about it, and what they recommend.

Again, this is a good approach, but is limited by the fact that not everyone starts with the same conditions, and therefore, the solutions you get with this approach are not customized to your unique situation.

This mean you’re still stuck trying different things until you find something that works for you.  It also takes a lot of time to read through all those books.

One of the best approaches is to hire an expert to analyze your problem, your unique situation, and then propose a custom solution.  

This is what high-earners do, because our time is worth more than average, and sometimes, solving a problem will help you make more money than what you put into it.

Another popular approach to solving problems is to add a little magic.

Prayer has long been regarded as a practical solution to many problems, and the modern age has its own version, called the Law of Attraction.

The main problem with this approach is that there are many more failures than successes.  When it works, it seems magical and miraculous.  But when it fails, it seems like a complete waste of time.

All the affirmations, visualization, tapping, and whatnot that’s SUPPOSED to work, often doesn’t, unless you have a specific set of conditions in place.

If you’d like to know what those conditions are, and how you can easily put them into place, check this out:

Wishing you the best of all good things.


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