A Problem-finder is like a commodity.
It doesn't take a genius to spot something that went wrong. It's easy to spot a problem. Everyone wants to do it. People will raise their hands and volunteer to get a piece of it. Almost anyone is capable of being a problem finder.
While the problem-finder is still making side comments on how to get things done, the solver, on the other hand, gets his hands dirty, not waiting for permission, approval or a nod.
The Solver adds value while the problem-finder add noise.
Be the Solver. Add value. Resist the temptation to speak quickly. Take action when there is an opportunity to do so!