I have a bad habit of trying to fix things. (Not—let’s be clear—with a hammer, though I am a disaster waiting to happen with a hammer, too.)
No, what I mean is, when something feels “off” in my life, my first impulse is always to leap in with a good Fixing Strategy. Fixing sounds good, right? It sounds better than leaving things broken, at least.
The problem is, when you charge in to fix things, you tend to start fixing the wrong thing, at the wrong level.