How to use a problem against itself? We must learn how to analyze and use a problem against itself if we want to benefit from it.
Do you know how often we do find that we must solve a problem? The answer is: probably more often than it maybe sounds. And how often do we experience a problem as an enemy? Probably every time we discover it.
That is nothing to worry about. It is absolutely normal to experience problems as our enemies and think that we must solve them. But is that the right behaviour? It is however not wrong, but it could be better. The question is how? And the answer is that we must learn how to analyze and use a problem against itself. We must know how to benefit from it.
It is though not always easy or possible to benefit from every problem. Therefore the analysis is our key word in this process. We can actually create an adequate protection if we succeed with our problem analysis.
Creating a protection can be successful if we use a problem instead of pushing it away by experiencing it as enemy only.
Let us illustrate what we are writing about with a very simple example: By absorbing sunlight a hot summer day, we use our solar cells to produce power for air condition that protects us against an unbearable heat. This is a clear example how we can take control over a problem.
As we wrote earlier in this article this kind of benefit is not always possible, but if it is, then we really must do something about it. Being creative in this kind of situations could help much.