Each and every problem we face has a solution. We all know this. What we usually don’t know (or don’t think about) is that every solution we can come up with is a good one. There are no exceptions to this rule.
Some solutions are good for business, some are good for product, some are good for our personal growth, some are good for community, some are good for one particular person on the planet, and some are good for the aspects of the problem that are completely irrelevant to the problem itself.
If your solution doesn’t work as you expect it to, don’t discard it right away; try to redefine the problem first. You might be surprised with the results.