Definitions limit problems, and solutions

Definition is important in two respects. First, the words imply the probability of the solution. Your first definition of a problem will probably imply an impossible solution. As you gain understanding of the obstacle, you can redefine the solution as improbable.

Further understanding will lead you to realising the learning opportunities available and the solution becomes possible and finally you will hopefully see how you can thrive, which means the solution is probable.

The second part of definition is scope. If you define too much, you can paralyze yourself in your analysis of the situation. If you don’t define enough, you create to great a scape of possibility to deal with. If you can figure out which way you have limited yourself, then you can adjust and compensate.