Be someone’s solution.
Problem-creators are a dime a dozen (Shoot, if you’re like me, I can create more than enough problems for myself without any help!).
Most people are drowning in a sea of “journalist” (people who talk about the problem).
Also you can throw in a few “theorist” (those brainy types who will talk through a hurricane about the finest details of your problem).
But problem solvers? Easier to find a hen’s tooth than a consistent and committed problem solver.
Problem solvers are always in demand, doors of opportunity open for them that no one else ever has open for them.
For the committed problem solver it will never be a question of having something to do it will be a question of choosing and prioritizing what you want to do.
- The ONE THING for today: Be someone’s solution.
5 “During those dark times, it was not safe to travel. Problems troubled the people of every land.
2 Chronicles 15:5 (NLT)