Solve Problem Quote
Throughout history, success often comes to the person or side that can solve the most problems.
For America’s colonists, that included everything fundamental to life -- housing, protection, food, family.
Sometimes it’s easy to ignore problems that happen only intermittently.
They might somehow fix themselves or perhaps not impact your job directly.
” -- Paul Harvey (broadcaster) “Never try to solve all the problems at once -- make them line up for you one-by-one.
” -- Richard Sloma “Some problems are so complex that you have to be highly intelligent and well-informed just to be undecided about them.” -- Laurence J. ” -- Malcolm Bradbury “You don't drown by falling in the water; you drown by staying there.” -- Edwin Louis Cole “The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them.” -- Albert Einstein “The most serious mistakes are not being made as a result of wrong answers.
None of the situations they faced in the new land were considered standard, nor were their solutions. So that first Thanksgiving, and many thereafter, one skill they gave thanks for was their ability to solve problems, think critically, see a solution where experience and upbringing dictated there wasn’t one.
Heroes of that time -- and every era thereafter -- were those who could think outside the box, build solutions, and then sell everyone around them on the wisdom of attempting what had never before been tried.
The most quotable character in the show is Coach Eric Taylor.
I was recently looking back on some of his best quotes and couldn’t help notice how many can be related to problem solving.
I thought I’d share my list of the best Coach Taylor quotes, and how they can relate to any team who is working to solve problems more effectively be it on the field or in a business organization: "Don't just stand by and watch it happen." – No matter what your job is, problems are all around you.
But what if the problem is impacting another person or team at your company? In the least, it’s important to share this knowledge with your co-workers or management.
Another option…take the Coach’s advice and go after it – gather a team together and figure out a solution. It all works out." – From what we typically see at Kepner-Tregoe, very few problems are solved by just one person.