Sunday, November 14, 2010

Resize your problems. . .

After school on Friday I was talking to one of the other teachers. We were talking about some problems which have been cropping up at work.  She explained that as she has a little boy, she needs to put away problems in the evening and focus on her family life.  The expression that she used was - "resize problems".  It's such a great way to think about it.  Instead of spending all our extra available time caught up in circular thinking in which a problem spins out of control, we have the option of  "resizing" it and making it smaller. Good idea!

 Elena, thanks for another way of looking at things.

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