Tackle the root cause, not the effect.
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Other Problem Solution Quotes :
- A problem properly stated is half solved.
- To ‘see both sides’ of a problem is the surest way to prevent its complete solution. Because there are always more than two sides.
- Great leaders are almost always great simplifiers, who can cut through argument, debate and doubt, to offer a solution everybody can understand.
- Framing the right problem is equally or even more important than solving it. Pearl Zhu
- Identify your problems but give your energy and power to solutions
- Do not focus on money, instead focus on a problem that needs to be solved for the world..money will follow you as a bi-product.
- Rather than micro-managing to resolve every problem, create the right atmosphere, process, and system that facilitate effective problem solving.
- If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.
- Common sense is a good decision maker and problem solver until your mind reaches uncommon problems.
- Problems are an inherent part of life. However, if they are not dealt with effort and attention, they have the potential to become a crisis.
- When an idea for solving a problem suddenly presents itself, ask yourself if all circumstances related to the problem were properly analyzed.
- Treat challenges as an opportunity to refocus your strategies and open up new horizons.
- Uncovering the right problem is half the solution.
- Focus on the solution, not the problem.
- We cannot solve an old problem with old solutions.
- If you choose to not deal with an issue, then you give up your right of control over the issue and it will select the path of least resistance.
- Innovation becomes simply creating value by solving simple or complex problems timely.
- If I had an hour to solve a problem I’d spend 55 minutes thinking about the problem and 5 minutes thinking about solutions.
- The framing of a problem is often far more essential than its solution
- Be a generous listener to be a generous contributor. We often listen to respond instead of listening to relate.