Reframing A Problem 

Imagine your problems as opponents.

There’s opportunity in competition.

There’s weak points in opposition.

Where is the problem the weakest?

If I wrote fortune cookies 🥠, this would be the perfect moment to say something like ‘A brick wall is easier to knock down with a sledgehammer’ or ‘if you can make it budge, go around’

The idea is to reframe and mold the problem into something that you can get a grip on and handle.

A unsolved problem is a tangled hairy web of overwhelm and a great hair remover.

A tangible, broken down and organized problem is a todo list. Do this, then this. Or, if this then that. 

STAY BOLD, Keep Pursuing,

— Josh W.

Josh Waggoner