Quote of the day
‘To every problem there is a distinct solution. Finding the solution is a thought process that determines the methodology of the solution. It is often like a mathematical equation. A mathematical equation is an equality containing one or more variables. In our case scenario (a + b)P = (x + y)S.
‘The process of thinking is about linking the pieces of your life into a coherent stream of functionality. Functionality is about efficiency, it is about ensuring that you perform at your level best.’
Quote of the Week
‘The power to solve problems is the power to resolve them in a methodical way eliminating the need to prolong the agony of the problem.’
Dear Friends to reach the climax of a tycoon we have to think like one. We have to fill the emptiness of our lives with pensiveness. Ideally the weekend creates the prefect moat to do just that. To every individual alive problems come in different shapes and sizes. There is common denominator however to all problems and that is a relevant solution. Finding out about your problem is something for you to analyse, no one else can identify your problem unless you do it yourself. In the past 5 days we spoke about the sequence of four potent words that we should use in order to overcome our problems. THINK! THINK! THINK! Use every moment of your weekend to think logically about your life. How shall I spend my weekend? What shall I do for the rest of my life? Shall I improve on this or shall I learn a new language? Do I need to start a new hobby? Are my funds okay or is there a need for me to increase my income? The answers to all your questions will vary from individual to individual. My problems are different to yours and likewise your problems are different to mine. However to every problem there is a solution, in other words P = S. P stands for problems and S stands for solutions. Because our problems are different there are variables which are a, b, x, and y. A stands for HOW. B stands for WHY. X stands for WHAT and Y stands for WHEN. Depending on the nature of your problem the variables such as HOW and WHY changes. Let look at an example. Andy has a problem and that problem is debt. He identified his problem and he thinks about it during the next 48 hours. The question is how big is Andy’s debt? Is it under £10,000? Is it under £50,000 or is it more. A ball point figure is vital for us to see and understand Andy’s problem or even yours. Let us assume that Andy has debts totally £50,000. This then defines how Andy thinks during his weekend. Andy knows - HOW he becomes a tycoon is directly proportional to HOW he thinks. Andy needs to think £50,000 or more and how he shall achieve this figure in a given timeframe. The next question is WHY. Why did Andy accrue such huge debts? Andy needs to answer this question so that he does not fall into the same trap again.
The mathematical equation to Andy’s problem will then read:
(50,000 + b)P = (x + y)S
To balance the equation Andy needs to introduce 50,000 on the right hand side. He needs to ask himself WHAT he can do to overcome his problem. The WHAT must be 50,000 times stronger? What are his skills? Can he consolidate? Shall he sell some of his unwanted items? Can he reduce his expenditure? Can he eliminate some unwanted subscriptions especially the ones that he does not need? Does he need professional assistance? Does he believe in himself? Can he avoid repeating the same mistake again? Does he need to speak to Almighty GOD for guidance? The questions can on and on because he needs to make his intention 50,000 times stronger. In any given problem we all need to balance our mathematical equation so that the LHS of the equation equals to the RHS. You must understand that to every problem there is a solution. The above is just an example of many problems. Tomorrow we shall illustrate further examples to help balance your mathematical equation.