Problem-oriented thinkers consider the source or cause of the problem rather deeply, whereas solution-oriented thinkers are geared toward coming up with answers for how to fix them.
Analyzing the problem is a matter of thinking, but searching for a solution to fix it is doing.
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Someone with the problem-oriented mindset obsesses on the problem itself.
They wonder what went wrong.
They get upset that it keeps happening.
They seek blame and responsibility for the problem, and the only answer they have for the problem is to “avoid it.” They are unable to move past their negative feelings regarding a problem or obstacle.
People with the solution-oriented mindset seek answers about a problem, then aggressively look for ways to fix it.