Reframe the Problem

Imagine your problems as opponents.

There’s opportunity in competition. There are weak spots in opposition.

Where is the problem the weakest?

Test it.

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’t make the wall budge, go around”.

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

An unsolved problem is a tangled web of overwhelm and half-understood ideas. It’s difficult to know where to start tackling the problem.

Instead, break the problem into an actionable to-do list. Do this, then this. Or, if this then that.

STAY BOLD, Keep Pursuing — Josh Waggoner | Daily Blog #1465 (draft 2)

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