When you hear, “Solve interesting problems”, what comes to mind?
Some tell me they think it’s anything but the work they’re doing. This might be an indicator that they’re ready for change.
Some tell me they don’t like it because it’s not what they’re doing and they like their work. This might be an indicator they missed something…
…That “interesting problems” aren’t a grandiose to-do list made by others for you to strike things off from.
They’re things that you find interesting, in your unique intersection of skills, experience, interests and goals.
We need you to solve “interesting problems” because doing so shines a light on the apex of your genius.
For all of us, please: solve interesting problems.