Honore, best known for introducing the world to the slow movement, now turns his focus to problem solving. Counter to our instincts for quick solutions, Honore demonstrates how taking our time with contemporary decisions will pay off long-term. What lessons can peace negotiators in the Middle East, for instance, take from a scheme to reduce teen pregnancy in Sweden? What can we all learn from the troubleshooters at NASA, from the young problem-solvers in Odyssey of the Mind, or from gamers who spend thousands of hours every year cracking riddles and tackling problems online? The author draws his lessons from years of experience traveling the globe as a public speaker. Consequently, Slow Fix offers readers a universal understanding of how to start solving problems in every walk of life.