Young children often ask, “why?” Again and again they plead for an answer. Curiosity? Perhaps, but what they discover is the beginning. The root cause is at the beginning and it is found by repetitively asking why, not how much, when, or where.
Fixing problems never starts with the most recent action, it starts at the beginning. The difference for people who are engaged in positive change starts the moment they discover why.
You may not be at the beginning, but you must find the right path. Most people are willing to spend their energy on something they care about; most problems are solved by those who are willing to put in the effort, find the resources, and ask, “why?”
They don’t ask because they are told, they ask because they care.
You already know when, now you have to care. Ask why.