Solve big problems
How true. As the article points out, big problems are big problems for a reason. Now how do we motivate ourselves to start tackling them against all the odds?
The problem with startups is that they can’t solve the big problems.
Big problems are problems for a reason – they are problems that are hard to solve. If there was an easy solution, one of the thousands of ambitious, smart engineers out there would have solved them by now. So instead of solving big problems, the smartest, most creative brains in Silicon Valley are building apps to help us organize group lunches, share funny photos, or aggregate daily deals. I’m sorry, but these aren’t the big problems. In fact, most of these new startups are creating more problems than they solve.
- The problem with startups is that they can’t solve the big problems. (remarkedly.com)
- Solving problems (vs. identifying them) (sethgodin.typepad.com)
- Nine steps to effective business problem solving (examiner.com)
- Solving a Problem Starts with Knowing Its Language (lockergnome.com)