As I have mentioned in another part of this book, what the client brings in as the problem rarely is the problem with which we will be working. But sooner or later the problem will come into focus. Most people believe that once you discover the problem, you then logically set about solving it. You make new choices, you decide to do this instead of that, you change your goals or methods for obtaining those goals, and/or you deliberately and consciously do something to solve the problem. And at times you indeed do just that.