I believe everyone is bound to meet the following scenario:
A problem occurs. We wrack our brains, spend tireless nights only to arrive at no meaningful conclusion, and stress starts piling up.
What should you do in this circumstance?
Founder of Ford Motor Company Henry Ford says that every time he is faced with problems, he will set it aside, and go play poker with his friends. After an hour, he takes another crack at the problem, and immediately the solution presents itself.
As for me, I like to go for a walk when I’m stressed. Take a look at the skies.
Looking up, I realise how insignificant I am, and how insignificant my problems are. Within moments, I have decided to face the toughest situations with a calm heart.
So when you’re stressed, try taking a walk! It might just deliver unexpected results.
What you should do now is to let go of your problems, and relax. Go for a walk, or spend time resting. Let your brain rest, because a stressed mind finds it hard to solve problems.