Are You A Problem Solver or Problem Finder?

On this episode of Driving with John Chow, I ask are you a problem solver or a problem finder? Your answer will decide largely your level of success.

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9 thoughts on “Are You A Problem Solver or Problem Finder?”

  1. Very informative post thanks for sharing this content ,nice article

  2. Ricardo says:

    I am a problem Solver.
    Thanks

  3. Mark Reardon says:

    John, Again thank you for posting these videos. No matter the content they help me stay focused with inspiration.
    Your YouTube videos are the reason I got involved in the 21 step program.

  4. Hi John,

    Definitely a problem solver. Things are easier when you find problems AND solve them. But I used to find problems and leave it at that during my lean years. I finally figured I’d make a ton more money by writing eBooks and creating courses and doing all that good monetizing stuff if I committed to finding blogging problems, solving them through premium products and services, meeting a ton of folks to build my friend network, then prospering.

    It feels comfortable to be a problem finder, taking pot shots in the darkness. But it makes you dumb, sick and broke. Somebody yesterday during my live Periscope noted how blogging from paradise sounded way too good to be true. Unless I am hyper skilled with Photoshop he could not believe a guy who traveled the world and transparently shared his secrets, tips, eBooks and courses was REALLY doing this. He saw a problem. He found a problem. Kinda stupid, right? You have proof in front of your peepers, along with a friendly guy, delivering his insight generously, and you see problems. This is a mental illness. Seriously.

    Let go the problem finders. Solve problems. People who dig your solutions will find you. Which means you make a lot more money, change more lives, have more fun and live the internet lifestyle most of us dream of.

    Thanks for sharing John 🙂

    Ryan

  5. Jax says:

    Hello John,
    I guess that i got your message about try to change and keep mind set positive!
    But i still concern about use case Problem finder & Problem solver because:
    When some thing happen!
    If people see no problem ~> they do nothing! 🙂
    If they see that problem ~> some one still do nothing!!!
    when someone else will find solution for solve it!
    Anyway thanks for share!

  6. mansi desai says:

    hi,

    i am always finding how to solving problem , i am problem solver not problem maker but if u getting some problem so keep your mind stable and chill so it will help you for solving answer ,

    thanks for sharing this post ,

    regards,

    mansi desai

  7. Gerry Grant says:

    I have used pictures as a way to share online and for search engine optimization for over twenty years. Done correctly they should have text on them and a link to more information. The way I used to do this took to long. I created PicVicShare to do this quickly from my phone and post this information on Facebook. It saves the information as a template so you don’t need to type it again and the picture with the text on it to use on Google Plus, Instagram and even send as a text.

    Problem solved. PicVidShare has been used in 1,196 cities and 163 countries worldwide. Available on Google Play

    I still wanted to be able to add the information automatically.

    Google CEO Sundar Pichai’s 2017 Google I/O Developers Conference Opening statement he talked about pictures as Data Entry.

    “We are clearly at an inflection point with vision, so today we are announcing a new initiative called Google Lens. Google Lens is a set of vision based computing capabilities that can understand what you are looking at and help you take action based on that information.”

    Google just solved the problem of additional information. Many times it is best to find a solution to your problem.

    I also wanted to edit my pictures in my phone before I shared them. Problem solved.

    At the Google I/O they announced that now the ability to edit your pic on your phone with Google Photo then share it with PicVidShare.

    To do this just take a picture, wait a moment and a small box will show the Google Photos pinwheel and then the picture you just took. Quickly tap it and the Google Photos Editing APP will open. Now you can post much better pics.

  8. juan diegas says:

    Nee How – I might have some insight for you regarding the people that start and don’t finish.
    I used to buy a lot of books, and found that I sometimes never even started reading a few of them once I got them home. Going through boxes of books 20 years later, I instantly recognized those unread books and my original reason for buying them. I had the intention of reading them, but since many things today compete for our time, those books lost out. Some of them I finally did read – 20 years after the fact. A few others I skimmed and found that they were no longer as relevant today. Most of them I did read to the finish within a few months of purchase, but some lost out to something else. Some people may also procrastinate, and others may be sold on the concept, buy the product, and be less enthusiastic afterwards. It may not be for them. Anyway, it’s free money for you. Free is always good.

  9. Matt Oaks says:

    I am both, keeps me busy! I have to constantly keep on myself to stay on the right side of this. I have been reading Marco LeRoc’s Book Activate Your Untapped Potential and it’s reminded me that I already have inside me what will bring me the most success. It’s just staying in the mindset that is right to get me there!

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