Wouldn't you love a project that had NO problems to solve so that you could race right through to the end?
That's not likely to happen very often and it's probably best. Solving problems exposes us to new ideas. Solving problems helps us focus on our project goals. Solving problems is the way to that faster conclusion.
The purpose of solving problems is to better achieve our goals.
When you look at it like that, they don't seem so annoying, do they?
-- Doug Smith
Front Range Leadership: Training Supervisors for Success
doug smith training: how to achieve your project goals