How good are your problem-solving skills?
Everything has a way of doing it. Every hobby presents a couple of challenges. Taking swimming, for example, there area couple of swimming strokes one ought to master if they want to master the art of swimming once and for all. The front-crawl swimming stroke requires a swimmer to master and coordinate kicking, arm stroke crawling, and breathing, all at different intervals. For backstroke, you have to lift your waist to the water level, kick your legs, and coordinate your hands pull movements. For breast-stroke, you have to kick out your legs first, and as you close them, bring your hands to the chest and pull sideways and downwards in a circular manner. There is also a butterfly swimming stroke where you swim on your front and lift both arms forward at the same time while your legs move up and down together. This is just one hobby; swimming. You have to overcome all these challenges for you to become a good swimmer. What this tells us is that every hobby has a way of doing it, and the more hobbies you do, coupled up with your education at school, the more tactics you will accumulate on how to approach and solve these challenges. The more you learn how to solve the challenges presented by your hobbies, the more you train your body and mind to develop a problem-solving attitude. Through your interests, once you develop a mindset that you can solve almost any problem you set your mind to and stick to it, you are not only on your way to wealth, but you are also on your way to a very healthy lifestyle. This also means that with such a mindset you become an elite problem solver, and are better positioned to tackle any challenges that may come up in real-life situations.
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