Most people don’t see it. Maybe it just seems right crossing the bridge when you get there. Maybe sometimes but, not all the time. Why do we allow problems at first? We all may have good reasons. One reason might be that we didn’t see the problem or some may say, “We didn’t know that it would create problems, plus we don’t have personnel in place monitoring for mistakes or issues”. Sometimes it’s better to observe other people’s experiences by reading forums, attending seminars or asking the more experienced ones to lesson or to eliminate problems. Terminating the problems most of the time is very costly. Sometime it can be in the form of money, health or strength. It’s best to be cautious every time to allow yourself to think soberly to avoid being a problem creator.
Terminating problems on hand of course could be considered another issue. It really varies on situations. It’s always good to have an intelligent approach to become a good problem terminator. Most people who have good characteristics are those who happen to commit mistakes in life. The situation is different when problems arise because of normal situations. When you thought you made a thorough investigation before making a solution. Gathering information and making good leverage will help determine what kind of solution you need to take place. Problems that arise because of unnoticed mistakes and an unfocused staff are another story. You have to accept their mistakes and come up with good safeguards that will work even with staff with limited understanding. Some people can adapt easily to new procedures that can prevent problems, and some may not. It means that the solutions should be well observed, so modification can be done before another problem arise.
Sometimes It’s hard to know if you’re the one creating the problem because every situation is different, but being an intelligent problem terminator after mistakes have been made is a good alliance to make things right the next time around.
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