Do you have a solution to every problem or a problem for every solution?
a solution to every problem. think positively people! it will get you further than being negative. :D
Depends. I have lots of solutions, but lots of problems with everyone else's solutions.
That sounds confusing
Both. Naturally I am a pessimist and skeptic, but I have learned to be positive and a problem solver.
It’s good to be a problem solver
I have solutions and am a liberal. Conservatives have problems for every solution, the nay sayers of our culture 🤪
Beyond your understanding pay grade, dude
Sorry snaggle, got you mixed up with someone else. I do enjoy your comments😜
I was wondering? Thank you! I enjoy your comments and polls. 😺
I dont have pet peeves, I have major psychotic fucking hatreds.
- George Carlin
But seriously, i try to innovate when possible but there are so many problems ...
Yes, but I find it overwhelming to focus on problems over solutions.
Love George Carlin!
“If you don’t like the way the table is set, turn over the table”
I’d say reset it
Both. Many of the problems I deal with are complex and involve people so I always have an end goal I'm aiming at but in order to get there I need to see the solutions and the problems associated with the different solutions and weave through them to get to the goal.
Also, I generally over-analyze and overthink things.
Don’t you get overwhelmed?
Definitely, but not as often as you might think. It's the family issues that tend to bring that out.
The bigger the family the more complex the issues.
Very true, especially when some of them are exactly like me.
If they are exactly like you, you’re ahead of the game.
My son is the one who gets me. I tried to never say, because I said so. We had discussions about whatever the issue was and then came to an agreement about how things would be. I think I may still be a bit ahead of him, but not by much. Sometimes I think because I said so might've been the better answer. LOL