“The significant problems we face cannot be solved
at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them.”
As you know, Einstein was known to be a genius, so I don’t take lightly anything he had to say. Think a moment about this profound truth. What could have prompted Einstein to make such a statement?
Perhaps, despite his impressive accomplishments, he had experienced some setbacks that thrust his life into a state of flux.
Perhaps he had moments of indecision and/or temporary failures in life that caused him to “think about his thinking”.
Perhaps he reached a conclusion that there were times in his life when he got in his own way. Obviously, however, he overcame this dilemma and went on to be one of the most celebrated scientists of all times.
This brings me to another wise person who once said:
“A setback is a setup for a comeback”
Given the wisdom of these two people, what’s your take on this? What are your thoughts? Use the comment box to let me know how you deal with Bouncing Back.