Our problem-solving skills improve over time as we solve more problems, however, problems get bigger, more complex and difficult as well. We begin tackling smaller sets of problems that might seem big and unsolvable at some time, only to conclude it’s simpler than we initially thought.
The more we solve, the better our process gets, and the higher our problem-solving tolerance becomes.
I’m solving problems every day. I’m constantly working on improving. I get paid to solve them. What a wonderful thing you might think, but reality is that we all get paid to solve problems in some way.
Some important points are: how to approach problems, how to build great processes, how not to get frustrated in this process, and how to remain focused? I’d like your thoughts and processes — they’re all welcomed.