Just think about it. Everything from a stitched jumper you’re wearing to the colourful arm rail down the stairs. All these things have come from the minds of people with the intention to change, to make a difference, to inspire and to aid to a problem.
Problems are what make many of the ideas reality. You have a problem, you create a solution. The solution then becomes the new inspiration of a problem. Depending on the seriousness of the problem, the solution can be made extra creative, exciting, fun and inviting. People are attracted to new and enticing things. Especially when it is going to fix a problem.
So my question to you is. What are the problems you face? What are the problems you see everyday as you commute to work and school? What are the things that inspire you, that make your mind tick and flash into excitement. These are the things, which hold innovation and change.
These are the things which hold the keys to something more. Next time you see a problem, write it down. Make a list and see how it can be fixed. Not only is this going to challenge your mind and grow your cognitive skills. But you may just stumble across something which could make a greater difference, a solution to a problem.
“Vision without execution is just hallucination.” — Henry Ford