So how do you greet a challenge or a challenging person, for that matter? Do you curse? Do scream "NO!" really loud? Do you moan a lot? What do you do?I used to scream at challenges (not challenging people) and I used to moan, as well as complain a lot. I would do so because I thought it would make me feel better. Oh, and believe me, it did, but only for a short while. Well, I recently had an "a-ha" moment regarding challenges and challenging people which I would love to pass along to you...Now when a challenge or a challenging person comes up on my radar screen I look at it as a chance for learning and growth. Rather than moan loudly, complain, kick my feet, I now ask myself, "What am I meant to learn from this situation or this person?"Let me tell you friends, even if an answer does not come right away, it takes the edge off and puts me in a better frame of mind to push on through. By asking that question I am no longer giving my power over to the challenge or the challenging person and I can't tell you the difference it has made (i.e. more peace, confidence, clarity, and less stress).So the next time you are faced with a challenge or a challenging person, rather than scream at it, try greeting it with, "What am I meant to learn?" Have a great weekend!Peace and Love,PamP.S. Some food for thought: The Universe only puts in our path the things we are meant to master. Once we have mastered them, they are less likely to appear.