We all have things that we deal with, but whether it’s something someone else deals with, or something we deal with, it’s important we’re looking at the bigger picture, because that way we will go on to make more informed decisions.
There is always an underlying problem that becomes the catalyst of our issues, something that goes on beyond our conscious thoughts that we’re not quite getting, but it is often our inability to cope in stressful times that changes the way we think and feel, about other people, those close to us and those not so close.
Anything and everything that we deal with can turn into a massive challenge, because we either have to come out of our comfort zone to do it, or something happens beyond our control that changes the way we see and think about things. When we look at the bigger picture, we will avoid making decisions in isolation that can sometimes turn out to be wrong.
When we base our decisions on our unconscious thinking we will always act on impulse. With the bigger picture in front of us, we will not only handle our issues better, but will also start making the right decisions. There is no point looking back, wishing we had made a different decision, if we’re not going to try to at least see the bigger picture.
Of course, it’s only when we look back that we see how we could have handled things differently, but it’s certainly never too late to act.