Your Problems ARE the Solution - "The Obstacle is the Way" by Ryan Holiday

Part 3 - Will
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Problems are in the Solution to Your English

We all have obstacles in our life.

If you’re an entrepreneur, artist, or student, this book is about seeing problems in “a new light”. Stop making excuses and learn how to take the obstacles we all face and use them to achieve our goals.

It’s all about perception, action, and will, and in the first part of this 3-part series I am going to share with you everything the book teaches on how to see obstacles in a more productive, beneficial way.

The Main Points
  • Remember that “this too shall pass,” no matter what it is.
  • Constraints in life are actually a good thing.
  • To develop acceptance and positive attitude whenever possible.
  • To be grateful for the challenges you are given in your life.
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The Vocab & Expressions

will (noun) – the ability in which a person decides on and initiates action.

to get caught up – become involved in (something that one had not intended to become involved in)

think outside the box – think in an original or creative way

constraint – a limitation or restriction

to come up with – produce (something), especially when pressured or challenged

a cliche – a phrase or opinion that is overused and betrays a lack of original thought

enjoy the ride – have fun while doing something


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