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What's the real source of a problem?

What's the real source of a problem?

Senior Correspondent Dan Rockwell says people lock horns over minor problems and miss the bigger issues, which leads to greater conflict. "Every problem you repeatedly face has a deeper meaning that sits below the surface," he writes. "You should agree on a deeper purpose before solving surface problems." What is often the real source of a problem? What helps people get to the deeper issue? And how did you learn this? Share your story.


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Where a Problem Comes From

Mrs. Page believes that many problems are caused by miscommunication and not understanding what happened. .

You Are The Problem

After being in an administrator position for many years of my work life and being told by my father I have come to the conclusion that if you are not part of the solution you are part of the problem. .

The Issue Within

The Issue Within

This is told from the point of view of Danny Dambro to his granddaughter, Hannah Fink. I believe the source of a problem is from within.

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