It’s even easier to complain about a problem that’s been spotted.
The hard part is coming up with a solution. Or caring enough to try and come up with a solution. Or just caring enough to inspire others to come up with a solution.
But with all things, it’s the hard work that matters.
We don’t need complaints. Complaints place implicit blame on the audience. We need interest, curiosity, energy, and collaboration.
When you change your approach from stating “this is broken” to asking “how can we solve this together?” you’ll be amazed at the connection you create and action you inspire.