As a human being, you have the innate ability to solve problems and think strategically. It's a skill that you can develop and hone over time. When you affirm to yourself that "I am a problem solver and a strategic thinker" you're acknowledging this ability and empowering yourself to use it more effectively.
Being a problem solver means that you're able to identify issues and come up with solutions to address them. It requires a certain level of creativity, critical thinking, and resourcefulness. You may not always have all the answers, but you're willing to explore different options and try new approaches until you find a solution that works.
On the other hand, being a strategic thinker means that you're able to see the big picture and plan accordingly. You're able to anticipate potential challenges and opportunities and develop a plan of action that takes them into account. You're not just reacting to situations as they arise, but you're actively shaping the outcome by making informed decisions.
When you combine these two skills, you become a powerful force in any situation. You're able to identify problems, come up with solutions, and execute a plan that achieves your desired outcome. You're not just a passive observer, but an active participant in shaping your own destiny.
Of course, being a problem solver and a strategic thinker isn't always easy. It requires a certain level of discipline, focus, and perseverance. You may encounter setbacks and obstacles along the way, but you're able to stay the course and keep moving forward.
The key is to keep affirming to yourself that "I am a problem solver and a strategic thinker". By doing so, you're reminding yourself of your own abilities and empowering yourself to use them more effectively. You're not just relying on luck or chance, but taking an active role in shaping your own future.