Approach leads us to look at the problem for what it is. It allows us to identify what the problem is and lets us break it down into several smaller problems. Discovery then allows for us to gather information and possible solutions about the problem and put them into a plan of action. The third part, is the action phase and that is where we will actually implement the solutions that we have discovered.
This might come as a surprise, but having the solution to your problem figured out doesn’t actually mean that you will solve your problem. In fact, it can be said that there are thousands of obvious solutions to our problems in life, but the biggest problem is that we don’t do any of them.
Consider a person who is trying to lose weight. There are, in fact, easily acquirable solutions that are guaranteed to work when it comes to solving this problem. When a person eats less, exercises routinely and makes sure to consume an appropriate amount of protein, fats and carbohydrates to their age and weight level, they will lose weight.
Yet, if we look at the dieting industry we can see that there are millions of people who are still struggling with weight loss despite the ease at which getting a meal plan or a workout plan is possible. The problem doesn’t lie in education here, rather the problem lies in implementation.
Knowing the right answer doesn’t necessarily mean that you will follow all of the steps. So, we’re going to spend some time really breaking down how to take a plan and turn it into action.