The most important factor in discovering solutions to your problems is to make problem-solving pleasant. To do this, you must first be aware of the problems you are facing. Write out your problems in great detail. Make a note of all your concerns regarding the current situation. In essence, what you’re doing is writing down all the bad things that have to do with the problems you’re facing.
Make a separate list of the actions you would do or the changes in your situation you would make if this worry or problem didn’t exist. You become happier as a result, which is a game-changer in and of itself because happiness yields better results than unhappiness. Now that you are happier, start talking about your network problems. Be honest about your concerns. Only until you begin sharing your concerns and problems with others can you begin to accept serendipity. You’re making it more likely for luck to come your way.