This week’s five AHAs are from the AHAbook™The Cure Is In The Cause. Please share this URL “aha.pub/TheCureIsInTheCause” in your social media status update to let your friends know about it.
When struck with an illness, you seek medical treatment for the symptoms. When in a love quarrel, you think about breaking up with your partner. When bombarded with negative productivity outcomes at work, you contemplate running away. When faced with financial woes, you worry and look for someone or something to blame.
Instead of searching for a cure to your mishaps, how about looking back to what caused the problem in the first place? As the phrase embraced by Taylor Kay Stephens goes, “The Cure Is in the Cause.” So, look back and dig deeper. Put an end to the cycle by finding the real culprit of the problem, because every single one originates from a particular cause.
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