Creating systemic change requires the patience of planting an orchard, watering it regularly, and weathering the excruciating wait to see if the seeds germinate.
I started my journey trying to fix one-off problems.
"This person is being paid unfairly. That project didn't go well."
Putting out fires isn't as effective as preventing fires.
How can we prevent problems instead of chasing symptoms? People write books on that.
There's no "one true path" to finding the root cause and identifying the "best" way to fix that--what does "best" mean? Can we truly help everyone? There are ALWAYS tradeoffs.