Finding Solutions

It’s easy to point out problems. 

But it’s far less useful than providing solutions.

Problems are everywhere. Pointing them out is helpful when they aren’t obvious. It’s annoying when they are.

Pointing out problems costs nothing. At worst, the problem isn’t as big as you think it is. 

Finding solutions is hard.

There are lots of options, many of which need time, money, and resources to solve. 

There’s an opportunity cost to choosing one over the other. 

Choosing the best solution requires deep thinking. Making that choice might put your reputation on the line.

Finding solutions is hard.

Which is exactly why it's so valuable.