We have been programmed to think that a problem has only one solution. Like the old school exams where we were supposed to choose one answer among a), b) or c).
So when we have a problem in our hands in our daily life, sometimes we limit our mind to search for one solution, one answer, one resource.
We are unlimited beings and the concept of limitation should not govern our creativity. Most of the time we abandon our search once we find a possible solution, instead of allowing our minds to open its radar to find several possible options, so if one does not give us the results we expected, we have a plan b, plan c, etc., under the sleeve ready to respond to any surprise.
The same happens when we choose a profession. We are doctors, engineers, architects, etc. But if you look at the people who have made big money and important contributions to human kind, they didn’t limit themselves to their careers or they didn’t even have one. They were open to all options and opportunities that came their way and never stopped to say: -No, I won’t do that because is not what I do, it is not an activity considered as part of my profession.
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