Dealing With Problems Quotes by John G. Kemeny, Joyce Meyer, Frank Herbert, Nelson Mandela, Henry A. Kissinger, M. Scott Peck and many others.
The only reason psychology students don’t have to do more and harder mathematics than physics students is because the mathematicians haven’t yet discovered ways of dealing with problems as hard as those in psychology.
Victory is not the absence of problems, it is the presence of power.
Always prepare secondary ways of dealing with problems.
Thinking is one of the most important weapons in dealing with problems
We are used to dealing with problems that have a solution and that can be solved in a finite period. But we’re at the beginning of a long period of adjustment that does not have a clear-cut terminal point, and in which our wisdom and sophistication and understanding has to be one of the key elements.
When we avoid the legitimate suffering that results from dealing with problems, we also avoid the growth that problems demand from us.
When people ask where I studied to be an ambassador, I say my neighborhood and my school. I’ve tried to tell my kids that you don’t wait until you’re in high school or college to start dealing with problems of people being different. The younger you start, the better.
Wing Chun teaches you what to concentrate on, whether you’re here or out in the world dealing with problems. It’s second nature for me now. I don’t even get to the point where there’s a problem.
Most parents are accustomed to dealing with problems in the heat of the moment.
There’s so much shame involved in not being like everyone else. But I learned that the things that made me unique were good. Dealing with problems can be awful. But in the end I got positive results. I don’t think I would have been a writer if I didn’t have anxiety.
When dealing with problems, seek not to “change” some aspect of your life but instead, choose who you want to become as a path to what you want. Transformation and healing then take place as a process of becoming versus avoiding.
A disciple…can never imitate his guide’s steps. You have your own way of living your life, of dealing with problems, and of winning. Teaching is only demonstrating that it is possible. Learning is making it possible for yourself.