If you are looking for thoughtful and realistic answers to current worldwide problems then add The Fix to your must read list. Jonathan Tepperman dives into the ten major problems and realistic solutions. That’s right! Solutions versus analyzing as Tepperman addresses in the prefix; there are many analysts, but few offer realistic solutions.
The 10 Major Problems
I loved the organization of The Fix into the ten major problems we face worldwide: Profit For All, Immigration, Extremists, Reconciliation, Corruption, Natural Resources, Shale, Manufacturing, Government, The Work Around. the countries and their problems are throughout the world, but you will see the same problem in your part of the world. Can you match the following countries with the above problems? New York, Singapore, Canada, Brazil, Rwanda, USA, South Korea, Indonesia, Mexico City, Botswana.
The Why And The How?
Tepperman takes on these problems one by one with first explaining the problem and the reasons behind the problem different countries faced or currently face. He then dissects the intricacies of the plan to solve the problems, how the solutions worked or are working and why we should consider those solutions for the problems in our country.
This is a thought provoking book and an optimistic book. If these countries or cities can move towards solving their worst problems – they why can’t we? If you are a leader or one who prefers action over talk and rhetoric I highly recommend The Fix. The problems we face today are complex and can seem overwhelming to solve, but this book does bring out the hope that solutions are not only possible, but doable.
I received this book from the Blogging for Books program in exchange for an unbiased review.
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Linda Jo Martin says
It is good to know that people are working to fix the problems in those countries. Recently I did some online transcription and learned so much about how people worldwide are working to change and improve the world. I am an advocate for helping children living in poverty in developing countries.