Are we constantly aware of the processes that take place around us, in our everyday lives, and do we analyze whether these processes are efficient? If there are inefficiencies, what disadvantages do they currently put us at? How doe this affect the quality of our lives? Will these inefficiencies persist in the long term, and if so, what are the long term costs? Could we benefit by re-engineering these processes to run more smoothly or by consuming less resources?
Designing solutions where necessary seems rather simple - we can even adopt one of those cliche acronyms: e.g., my action plan for this inefficiency should be Specific Measurable Attainable Relevant Time-bound.
I think I really need to bring "challenging my perspectives and thoughts to be non conventional at all times" to a new level.