Saturday, September 8, 2018
What If We're Not The Problem?
Centered problems solvers know that while people are involved in problems, it does no good to ascribe blame. Whose fault is it? It almost doesn't matter, and looking for whose fault it is will distract you from actually solving the problem.
We were all involved.
When we look at it that way, and determine how we can each help contribute to a solution, the problem because more manageable. Solve the problem and let the people be the people.
We need to solve problems without making each other the problem.
No need to add a problem to your problem.
-- doug smith