The line of reasoning in dealing with self-improvement and PHD (pull him down) syndromes
Why aren’t we tried enough to hold onto our good moral values, resolve our differences and get along? Why are we constantly full of (PHDs) – Pull Him Down syndromes even with people who care and love you? Throughout our lives we constantly face problems that can be caused either by events beyond our control or through our own decisions. Remember, not all that glitters is gold. The way we deal with these impediments and PHD syndromes within our mists, is having a great impact on our self-improvement and political success. President Koroma’s current government and some of his political echelon both at home and in the diaspora are sending messages to all political supporters to start behaving well or else they will not be taking these persons responsible seriously. (Photo: Essa Thaim Kurugba, author)
Occasionally, it can be very easy to become disheartened and discouraged, especially on petty things done to you by your cohorts; that shouldn’t Pull you Down. These syndromes and setbacks will also dent ones political confidence and make others to question their beliefs. Scrupulously, sometimes we can even feel there is no alternative but to give up on our plans and goals. It’s also critical to remember that, it is not the actual PHD syndromes and the problems themselves that will determine the results of our political weakness but what we are capable of delivering. Moreover, what really matters is how we react and respond to our PHD syndromes and its repercussion.
Highly successful people (self-improvement), have just as many problems as anyone else. These same people usually react to them differently than to other people. They have the ability to turn their problems into challenges or even opportunities to live high. There is something to be gained from almost every problem we encounter. If we maintain an optimistic attitude no matter what happens, it is usually possible to find something positive in any event, if one looks hard enough.
There is one thing that we can be guaranteed to gain – experience. Very often what may seem a disaster at the time can turn out to be the best thing that ever happened to us. It can cause us to rethink our plans and often leads us to our greatest successes.
Painstakingly, learning from mistakes and problems, is an important aspect of self-improvement and personal growth. This gives us the strength, experience and the wisdom that allows us to make better choices and achieve greater success in the future. And as long as we don’t give up there is no such thing as failure. Ignore the PHD syndromes and try to move forward. Remember this: “The Important Thing About A Problem, Is Not Its Solution, But The Strength We Gain In Finding The Solution.”
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