We can’t think our way out of a problem, it is only through decisive actions that you work your way through the problem to a resolution.
Hold your mind open to new possibilities and innovative solutions, but thoughtfulness for a thorough plan is only a beginning. The plan must be initiated in the form of your actions.
At first attempt to act, you may need to adjust from what has been experienced. Connect what you are learning and adapt your plan further to act again.
When you have reached a resolution, it will have been through your learned actions. Don’t pause with the problem to only think and worry about it longer. Act accordingly and you will progress.
“I was in darkness, but I took three steps and found myself in paradise. The first step was a good thought, the second, a good word; the third, a good deed.” — Friedrich Nietzsche —