But doesn’t Jobs Theory rely on the fact that Jobs are stable, so they’re already somehow being addressed? Even if it’s manually or cobbling together multiple solutions?

One of the red flags I’ve always relied on is when someone isn’t trying to actively get the Job Done. If they haven’t put some effort into cobbling together a solution, it’s not that important to them, and itll be difficult to convince them they need anything you present to them.

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