I’m a systems expert. I’ve been analyzing, creating, and improving complex business systems for over 25 years. I also have a great deal of experience in technological infrastructure systems as well. Systems are what I do.
Here’s how most people attempt to fix a broken, complex system.
They have a system that has, let’s say, ten problems. These problems range from very serious to strongly irritating. Out of the ten problems, a system may have four or five serious ones.
Most people immediately leap to the one problem that emotionally disturbs them the most. Out of the ten problems, they leap to problem number seven and scream their head off about it. They throw all of their emotional energy, time, and money at that problem.