Life is wonderful and perfect… even as we sit back and think about some of the “problems” in our lives. Despite its typical connotation, a problem does not necessarily need to have a negative context. A problem is simply a situation that needs a solution or even one that could use an incremental improvement. A napkin is fixing the problem of a messy face. A shoelace is fixing the problem of loose-fitting shoes. Flashlights fixed the problem of monsters under my bed, etc. and so on.
These are relatively minor problems in the grand scheme of things, but there are hundreds of everyday “problems” out there that have yet to be identified as being in need of a solution. Many of these problems will likely go untouched for a while until someone comes along to present a cost-effective solution, but I am interested in hearing from people about all of these everyday “problems” from varying perspectives of all types. My medium-term goal is to identify a few “problems” of my own or those shared with me that warrant an entrepreneurial solution: either process or product focused.
Life is too much fun to not try to make it better.
Disclaimer: I have a sympathetic ear, but perhaps hold on to sharing some of your “real” problems for that therapist appointment later in the week. For now, I am primarily interested in hearing about functional problems than those emotional tearjerkers.