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All too often, we are so used to hearing an ubiquitous phrase that has earned it’s place on the dusty shelf of clichés next to “Cutting Edge”. That is, “Problem Solver”. Although this term is not exactly an oxymoron like “Unbiased Opinion”, a Problem Solver is only as effective as the relevance of the perceived problem. Being a “Problem Solver” is like trying to open a door with the wrong end of a key. What if the problem is redefined?
Redefining a thing automatically transmutes a once unmovable, painful, point of contention into something suddenly malleable and flexible. A system’s most flexible element has the most influence. When we have more choices, we have more influence and more ways to get our desired outcome.
Rather than addressing the issue of why a problem exists, what if we organize our experience around what we truly want? When we dissolve focus from the why, instead choosing to orient our perceived experiences by simply asking a discovery question: “What would we like to see happen?” , we begin to swiftly catch the wave of organizing our experiences around how to achieve what we want.
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