Once you’ve identified the problem, there’s very little value in rehashing it over and over again.
Identifying problems isn’t a very useful skill until it gets translated into a course of action that’s aimed at a positive goal.
It’s good (and necessary) to know when you’ve got something wrong, but it’s equally good (and necessary) to know what you need to do in order to get it right.
Sometimes we’re guilty of thinking we have it right when we really have it wrong. At other times, we know we have it wrong, but we’re guilty of not holding ourselves accountable to getting it right.
Both extremes should be avoided.
Focus on the problem long enough to figure out what you need to do next. Once you know what’s next, let go of the problem, move forward, and get to work.