How resourceful do you feel?

This is August 20th of my book:  ‘How To Change Your Life One Day At A Time‘.

This is the most valuable quality someone can have if you ask me. The term ‘resourceful’ can apply to what you might need to survive. It can apply to what you might need to succeed in business. It might apply to what you might need in order to have the relationships that you desire.

If you are a resourceful person you can get anything done. Start every problem solving moment with the question: ‘How can I…” and allow your mind to go off and find the answer. Before you know it you’ll be thinking of all sorts of ways to get to where you want to be.

As you find your own ways of being resourceful write them down. Keep them handy and apply them to every situation you find yourself stuck in. You can use the same mindset that you use in business as you do in your relationships – you’ll have to put a new angle on it, but the strategy will work.

This new resourceful mindset will also fill you with confidence – try it.

Keep in mind the Neale Donald Walsch saying: ‘The quickest way to get what you want is to help someone else get it first.

Enjoy

Stu

:)

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9 responses to “How resourceful do you feel?

  1. “Start every problem solving moment with the question: ‘How can I…” and allow your mind to go off and find the answer. Before you know it you’ll be thinking of all sorts of ways to get to where you want to be.” Yes, this is me… though sometimes my mind goes off faster than I… 🙂 I do consider myself resourceful, matters of the heart used to be beyond my resourcefulness, so I am learning to find options for those too… the answer for most things is out there, we just have to know where and when to look… Yeah! big hug my friend, Alexandra

    • The great thing about strengthening our resourcefulness in one area is that it influences every other area of our life. I’m sure you will find a way through any and every situation that comes your way Alexandra. Hugs to you too. 🙂

    • It’s ironic that one of the reasons to learn is to be ‘certain’ – and yet as we learn more we actually understand less. 🙂

      • yes, the big cookie of WONDER!! jajajaa the more answers we find to our questions the less we understand why so many people walk about their lives moved by simple inertia, no questions asked, no aswers found, tripping on the same rock over and over again…I trip on different rocks every single time :)… I think it’s a bit of an indulgence, nowadays, to enjoy suffering, when there are answers at our fingertips or, at least clues as to how to focus on the light at the end of the tunnel and not the darkness around us…

    • That’s it exactly Alexandra – we all choose what to focus on, so let’s choose wisely. 🙂

  2. troubleshooting and being resourceful…being somewhat “poor” can really put this to the test…and then when not so “poor”…we have instilled some good qualities within us!

    • True Marilyn. There’s a fine balance between learning to be resourceful out of necessity, and having a ‘poor’ mindset. We have to escape one in order to achieve the other. 🙂

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