Other People’s Podcasts 0035 – The Survival Podcast: The Problem is the Solution if you Correctly Define the Problem
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One of the things I like about The Survival Podcast by Jack Spirko is that instead of just yelling at the internet and talking about himself and Star Wars The Old Republic like I do with my podcast Jack actually talks about solutions.
This episode is all about solutions. I thought about it and he’s right. The problem does define the solution, and often the problem is the solution. Another phrase Jack often uses is the “What do you really want.” It goes like this:
You don’t want a drill bit. You want a hole.
You don’t want a garden. You want food.
You don’t want a job. You want money.
You don’t want to listen to the gay Clarey Podcast. You want to listen to Stating The Obvious.
See how that works? Know what you really want. What’s the problem with getting what you want? The problem might be the solution. At the very least the problem defines the solution.
Join Me Today to Discuss…
I want to change the principle from “the problem is the solution” to “the problem defines the solutions”
Some Big Issues and how we identify the real problem to find the real solutions
- The concept of “white privilege”
- How can we “feed the world”
- How can we provide “health insurance to all”
- How can we solve “wealth inequity”
- How can we solve a “failing school system”
What this pattern teaches us
- Centralization is often the problem, soooooooo
- Division is always the goal of the elite, sooooooo
- Failure to focus on what we control never fixes anything, sooooo
- The solutions really are often, quite simple, but simple does not mean easy
Final Thoughts – How you know you accurately defined the problem
- Real solutionS (key on plural) become obvious
- Additionally often you will find the problem is more accurately problemS
- In general said solutions will have a broad consensus vs divisive
- The solutions will be largely decentralized and actionable
- The solutions will run counter to both sides of the main stream dichotomy
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