Our fix-it culture treats every down moment as a problem to be solved. But in the rush to fix what isn’t broken, we can miss the gold.
Sometimes the biggest problem we face is the belief that we need to fix something that is broken.
Refraining from offering quick answers allows others to have their own insights and breakthroughs.
Sometimes it’s ok to let things be as they are.
Often we are so eager to get into problem-solving mode that we don’t know what problem we’re solving.