How We Normally Solve Problems

We tend to solve problems by breaking them down, prioritizing the issues, and tackling them one by one. Such piecemeal fixes only address the symptoms, not the underlying causes that perpetuate the problem. In fact, the solution to one problem often creates other problems. For example, to improve our financial performance, we cut budgets.

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