Everyone’s got problems. If you say you don’t have any, you’re just lying to yourself.

If you’re ready to admit that you do, in fact, have problems, you can continue reading. We only want to help those who are at least partially ready to help themselves in Sherman Country.

The furniture store salesman told me, “This sofa will seat 5 people without any problems.” I said “Where am I going to find 5 people without any problems?”

Most people are laughing at your problems, so you might as well do it, too.

There’s always that one friend who laughs too loud and at the most inopportune times. You spill your coffee all over yourself. It’s a problem because you’re about to enter a meeting, and yet your friend is laughing hysterically because, well, it’s not their problem. Plus, you’ve just offered a significant amount of comedic relief.

I’ve got 99 problems, and one of them is that I count my problems instead of solving them.



Don’t Run Away From Your Problems

“Running away from your problems is a race you’ll never win.” Anonymous

You can’t run away from your problems simply because they will often chase you. If your problem is with your children, they will literally chase you. It can be terrifying.

Seriously, though, if you run from your problems, they’ll be waiting for you.

Man says to his boss, “Can we talk? I have a problem.” Boss: “Problem? No such thing, we call it an opportunity!” Man: “Ok, I have a serious drinking opportunity.”

Think about this. You have countless toys. You’re not about to get rid of them. You’re an adult who likes to play just as hard as he works. You’ve earned those toys. However, they’re taking over your entire world.

Your problem is that you don’t have space for them. Letting them pile up in the garage and around your property isn’t going to suddenly improve the situation. In fact, running from the problem you have could actually damage your toys because they’re being exposed to the elements.

Face your problem head-on. Pretend it’s like an addiction. There’s a 10-step process to overcoming your problem, but we’re not going to list them all. Just know that the first step is admitting that you have a problem.

Say it with us: I have a problem, and I need help.

Don’t you feel better already?


I Can’t Promise to Fix All Your Problems…

I can’t promise to fix all of your problems. But I can promise that you will not have to face them alone.

Every problem has a fix, but you may not be able to take care of it on your own. That’s when you need to ask for help. I know, I know. Asking for help is hard. People may think you’re weak. However, you don’t really want to deal with the problem all on your own, right?

Help is out there for whatever problem you have.

Have a problem with your pipes? Call a plumber.

Have a problem with your marriage? Call a therapist.
Have a problem with your erections? Well, ummm, Sherman helps with quality erections, but we’re talking about steel buildings.

We know it’s hard (thats what she shed), but the good news is that there’s always someone to call. You may just have to make a few calls until you find the right person. Then again, you may have that one friend who always seems to have answers. If you’ve got one of those, call them. They’ll know what to do.


Get Ready to Solve Your Problems

“Most of the problems in life are because of two reasons: We act without thinking, or we keep thinking without acting.” Zig Ziglar

It turns out Ziglar knew what he was talking about. Considering he talked for a living, we tend to listen to his advice.

Solving our problems is an important task. It requires a bit of patience and effort, otherwise we’re going to act without thinking.

When it comes to our toys, we could easily act and sell all of our toys. However, that would be done without thinking. It would get rid of the chaos, but it would mean that we’re now without our toys. And you already know that we wouldn’t be able to get full market value for our toys. It would be our loss and someone else’s win.

I’m not trying to solve other people’s problems. I want to solve my own.

If your problem is that you have too many toys, the answer isn’t to get rid of them. Think. A toy box is used to store toys, so you just need a toy box that is capable of storing the kinds of toys you have.

Now, remember the other half of Ziglar’s advice. You’ve done the thinking, but you still have to act on it. You have thought about a toy box, so let us help you take action.


Sherman’s Got the Answers

“Every setback is a setup for a comeback.”

You need a pole barn to store everything that you have. It can help you organize your garage, remove the clutter around your property, and ensure that your toys are out of the elements.

“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

This is your chance for a comeback. Your setback may have lasted entirely too long. You may have even gotten some violations from the city or a stern talking to from your neighbors.

That’s okay. It’s all behind you. Hopefully, you’ve paid those violations. And perhaps apologized to the neighbors.

You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.

You’ve discovered Sherman Pole Buildings, and that means that we can help you overcome your problems. Well, at least the one that has to do with getting a pole barn built somewhere on your property.

“Challenges are what make life interesting; overcoming them is what makes life meaningful.”

The challenge of where to store your toys has led to an interesting story that you can tell. Now, you can overcome that problem with a pole barn. We’ll customize it to your specifications so that it can hold all your toys (and even have room for more toys to come). If you want barn doors, windows, skylights, or anything else, we can make it happen.

Stop counting your problems. Especially if you’re up to 99 of them, it’s time that you stop procrastinating and take action. We can help you with one of those problems, so give us a call to talk about storage solutions.