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    I think there might be a kernel of goodness here (as @hga pulls out), but the title is click-baity, and the lede is so far buried that I almost gave up after the first several paragraphs. I then skimmed pretty quickly through it and it just doesn’t come across as being genuine, more like it was written by a copywriter. Genuine stories of actual experiences where one didn’t focus on solving the problem and lessons learned would have been much more interesting.

    p.s. Decide on whether “understanding the real problem” is a technology, skill, or something else, because otherwise contradictions abound.