Problems that are not addressed become an insidious drag on our resources -- mental, physical, emotional-spiritual.............whether we address them or not.
In that case, why not pick one and address it?
Here's a good start. Ask and answer the following questions:
- What is THIS problem? (In just a few words, not more than one sentence.)
- What is this problem keeping me/us from accomplishing?
- What one action can I/we realistically take to diminish or eliminate this problem?
Today, take that step. Move the needle, just a little. Make it a habit. Repeat tomorrow.
Problem mitigation is 1/2 of the Continuous Improvement Process.
"There's no crying in baseball!" (Tom Hanks, from the movie "League of Our Own")