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Fishermen Problem

Fish has been a favorite food item of the Japanese for years.  They consider it an integral part of their food.  They like the taste of fresh fish.  But due to the lack of fish on the shores, fishermen have to go to the middle of the sea to catch fish.

 

In the early days, when the fishermen went to the sea to catch the fish, it would be too late to come back and the fish would become rancid.  This became a big problem for them because people shied away from buying stale fish.

 

This problem was resolved by the fishermen by putting a freezer in their boat.  After catching the fish, they put them in the freezer.  Due to this, the fish remained fresh for a long time.  But people recognized the taste of the fish kept in the freezer.  They did not look tasty like fresh fish.  People did not like him and did not want to buy.

 

To solve this problem among the fishermen, the process of thinking started again.  Eventually, a solution was also found.  All the fishermen got fish tanks built in their boats.  After catching the fish, they put them in a fish tank filled with water.  In this way, they started bringing fresh fish to the market.  But they’re also a problem that arose.

 

In the fish tank, the fish roamed around for a while.  But due to not enough space, it would freeze after some time.  When the fishermen reached the shore, they were breathing.  But they did not have the taste for fish that roam freely in seawater.  People used to taste and make this difference.

 

This again became a problem for fishermen.  Even after trying so hard, there was no permanent solution to the problem.

 

They met again and the thinking started.  According to the solution that was thoughtfully taken, the fishermen continued to catch the fish and put them in the fish tank.  But together they started putting a small shark fish in the tank.

 

Shark fishes used to kill and eat some fish.  In this way, there was definitely some loss to fishermen.  But the fishes that used to reach the shore continued to have spontaneity and freshness.  This was caused by shark fish.  Because of the fear of shark fish, fishes were careful and alert all the time to save their lives.  In this way, she used to stay fresh despite being in the tank.

 

Japanese fishermen solved their problem with this trick.

 

Friends, till the challenges of sharks, come into our life, our life is like the fish in the tank – lifeless and dull.  We are breathing, but we do not have vivacity.  We are tied to only one routine.  Gradually, we become so accustomed to it that when challenges arise, they succumb to it very quickly or they give up.  Gradually, for fear of challenges and hard work, we stop dreaming big and start living a normal life by compromising the circumstances.  If you want to achieve big and extraordinary success in life, then you have to dream big.  To convert dreams into reality, one has to work hard, prepare oneself to face challenges.  Only then will you achieve great and extraordinary success.

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