All problems solve themselves
(if you ignore them long enough)
How often do you say to yourself things like: "I have to do this!" or "We must get this done by Friday!" How often do the people around you say them?
I'd like to convince you that this is never actually true and thinking that way will hinder your ability to choose the best response.
Instead of lowering your head and accepting your fate ask yourself:
The headline above is a joke. Actually it's only half a joke, because there are no mandatory problems to solve. The only wrinkle is that you will likely experience the consequences of not solving them. This is always your choice!
I'm not advocating you ignore important problems right and left, but never give away your freedom by feeling you "must" do something. Decide what is important to you and what you're willing to give up to get it.
What do you think? Hit reply and let me know :)