I have to agree with you Lou, those problems are much easier to pull as seedlings than as mighty oaks with deep roots.
Nip the Problem in the Bud
“There is a time in life of every problem when it is
big enough to see, yet small enough to solve.”
Mike Leavitt, 20th Secretary of Health and Human Services
As I see it . . . . . . .
Nip the problem in the bud
The best time to solve a problem . . . . is when it’s in the bud.
At the beginning of a problem the roots are shallow . . . . and easy to pull the root of the problem out and remove it.
The longer a problem is allowed to festers . . . . the deeper the roots become. If left unattended the roots of a problem can become aggressive . . . . They become so deep that they can become overwhelming . . . . and encompass many other aspects of your life . . . . and or your business.
When a problem pops up . . . nip it in the bud . . . . and it will bring greater efficiency into your life.
A problem solved is a positive event . . . . a problem left to fester becomes a weight on your shoulders.
When a problem comes into your life . . . . nip the problem in the bud . . . . and you will feel a weight being lifted off your shoulders.
©2015 Lou Ludwig Motivational Power Quote, Sales and Management Consultant, Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author