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Problem Solving

August 28, 2008

When business problems arise, a smart woman entrepreneur needs to focus on how she finds inspiration and time to contemplate, work on and solve the destressing issues facing her.  Women instinctively know what inspires, motivates and helps them during times of peril.

Problems can be reviewed in the early, quiet of morning when all is still and our heads are clear. Issues can be “worked out” with a good run, yoga, or other physical exercise. Clarity can also come by talking to other women entrepreneurs who have experienced the same trials and tribulations. No matter what method brings relief, it is always best to face problems in the eye and work through them sooner than later. 

With business demanding so much of our time, allowing unsettled problems to occupy our mind is not smart business. By finding assistance, inspiration and clarity, we give ourselves the help we need to move forward.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. August 29, 2008 5:54 pm

    I find yoga extremely mind-clearing and energizing. After working my body, and needing to focus on balance and strength, the rest of the day just goes so much more easily. The key is to NOT think about work while doing yoga, but rather return to work problems after you’ve cleansed your mind and relieved a bit of the stress.


  2. September 2, 2008 11:18 am

    I’m not sure how many women entrepreneurs practice Yoga but besides running every day, I do Yoga every other day. You are totally correct, it can clear your mind and set your focus for the day. A quick 10, 15 or 20 minute excerise is all you need to prepare your mind, spirit and body for the day.


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