Don't give up! Try to solve 10% of the difficulties first
  There was a period when I was passionate about a type of movie that has not been categorized yet. I collectively refer to them as "the protagonist's blood mold for eight lives."
  For example: An astronaut flew into the depths of the space and clicked. The huge spacecraft was out of order, and then he needed to repair it himself, save himself, and finally have to fly back.
  For example: An inspector received a serial murder case. He walked into the scene of the crime and found that the murderer had no clues left. Bell was clean. Then the leader asked him to solve the case within three days.
  For example: A father who longs for success , hopes to make a new life through his own efforts. At this time, the daughter-in-law ran away, and his son was admitted to the hospital suddenly. The boss fired his squid by the way. He walked home with his head down and found that the house was on fire.
  This kind of movie, "The protagonist pours blood mold for eight lives," if you only watch the first half, will kill people alive. But then looking down, our "unlucky protagonists" seem to be unbeatable Xiaoqiang, and the patience index for life is explosive:
  That astronaut, he was desperate for a while, but didn't give up, instead began to repair here, fiddle with it, and do something he can currently do;
  That inspector, he cursed a few words, but didn't give up, instead took a magnifying glass, look here, look there, and do something he can currently do;
  That dad, he cried for a while, but didn't give up. Instead, he picked up the phone, called the friend, called the friend, and did something he can do at present.
  The breakthrough was then opened, and the whole body was touched by a blow. The protagonists found the head of the wool in a mess, a little bit of solution, a little bit of sting, and finally returned to the earth, caught the true murderer, and embarked on the peak of life.
  For a long time, I have found that when faced with a difficulty greater than the mountain, the best way is to concentrate the troops first, attack the first 10% of the tasks, get through everything that can be done beforehand, and get Take the part down and hold it firmly in your hand. As long as this head is together and this mouth is torn apart, the things behind are often easier than previously thought, and the problem is not as complicated as it seems at first, and everything can be done naturally.
  He stayed with a math teacher in junior high school, and often asked him questions that he could not. After much diligence, I found that he was not very good at solving problems.
  I ca n’t solve a problem, and the reason he can solve it is often: I always think that the given conditions are given too little. When I see that the person said only two or three words, they asked me for an answer, and I was angry. I thought this was impossible at all, and gave up directly, saying I wouldn't.
  The math teacher is much more patient. When he gets the problem, he will be like a hungry monster with a hoe. He cares about the problem, but he does n’t care. He just sucks the known conditions repeatedly. Can you pick out some clues. The two short sentences can be squeezed out by him, leaving no residue in the analysis. Many times, when he listed on the paper several derivations drawn from known conditions, the answer came out by himself.
  He told me that if he encounters any problem, he should first do what he can, do everything with little effort, gather all his strengths, and kill one of the fingers of the enemy first. It's very easy to pinch your fingers and conquer it.
  There is an old saying in China: everything is difficult at the beginning. This sentence sounds too heavy, and it can be followed by such a sentence: But as long as you are willing to do it, open this head down, the distance behind will be flat.
  Why do you open your head first, and solve the first 10% of the difficulties first, it is often easier in the back?
  On the one hand, it is a realistic factor: standing on the spot, motionless, the problems are there, many and difficult; once set off, the problems on the road will often be solved hand in hand during the journey. Because the action subject is moving, it will naturally attract a lot of means and resources to help you solve difficulties.
  On the other hand, there are psychological factors: when people are facing problems, they are anxious or even want to give up. Most of them are psychologically deterred by the size and complexity of the problem. They feel that their strength is limited and they are struggling. Ignore the last 90%, and the first 10% will be captured by blitz, which is psychologically for yourself. By successfully solving the first 10% difficulties, you will actually feel your own initiative and morale. Increase, heartlessly declare war on the next 10%.
  The astronaut no longer considered whether he could go home; the inspector held a magnifying glass and had forgotten whether he could solve the case; his father picked up the phone, no longer expecting his wife to return soon, and his son's condition immediately improved. They have already dismantled the difficulties in their minds, regardless of the way forward, repeating a mind like an enchantment: solve one paragraph, and then solve one paragraph.
  I've been doing it for a while, looking back, I've walked so far. At that time you look up again, the sky is the bluest.