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A problem is a question you haven’t yet answered to a level that has fulfilled you. – Tony Robbins and here

What does that mean?
This quote is about being done. As long as you aren’t fulfilled, as long as you are not satisfied, you aren’t done. You still have a problem (his term) and need to refine your current answer, or find a better answer.

If you were fulfilled and satisfied with your present answer to the issue, you wouldn’t still have a problem, right? So if you still have the feeling that it’s not quite right, not completely finished, you know you’re not quite done.

In considering this quote, I have found it applies to every aspect of my life. Relationships? Yep. Projects? Yep. The list goes on and on. It’s just a matter of sticking to it, and trying new approaches until you manage to get satisfaction or…

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