“No problem can stand the assault of
sustained thinking.” — Voltaire


Divide problems into manageable parts. You know that most any
significant problem or issue can be made to seem so complex that it can never
be resolved. This is why so many situations don’t get resolved and,
alternatively, why you are successful in resolving problems and difficulties at
a higher rate than most other people. You approach problems by first
identifying elements that you can and do understand. You then draw on your
experience and expertise to manage those aspects of the problem or
circumstance. As you proceed, you trust in your intuitive capacity to make new
connections and to provide fresh insights to other aspects of the puzzle. It
frequently appears that you knew what you needed to know all along but you know
you didn’t. Your intuition again came to your rescue.