Life Is Always A Calculated Programme

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To a certain extent, everything in life can be boiled down to It’s not just chess, running marathons, or playing video games that people like to compare life to, but they also say it is. Because life is already so complicated, I enjoy seeing it presented in a more straightforward manner. However, despite the fact that these ideas are enjoyable, they don’t provide a viable strategy for guiding one’s life. There is no doubt that you need to be savvy, strategic, attempt to speed up your learning, get results, and be consistent all at once. We’re on board with that. But what happens if things don’t work out as you had expected? My life and career were dissatisfying me about three years ago. It’s hard to put your finger on why. When I was younger and more naive, I had no idea what was going on. I simply had no idea what I was doing at the time. I simply followed the orders of those around me. Things you’re supposed to do based on received wisdom. As a result of my education and entrepreneurial endeavours, I believed that in order to truly be happy, I needed to work for a large corporation, live in a big city, and spend a lot of money.

The idea of running in other people’s races and earning degrees, titles, and money that I didn’t want was nauseating to me. As a result, despite the fact that I appeared successful to others, I didn’t feel that way about myself. My favourite quote from Richard Koch, the author of the 80/20 Principle, is: “Most of our failures have occurred in races that other people have entered us in. ‘ The majority of our victories have come in races that we wanted to enter in the first place. “Everyone has the potential to succeed and win in life. Winning is as simple as selecting the right competition and strategy. You’re more likely to win at something if you focus on what you’re good at.

Life is a math problem: Look for recurring patterns. First, I blamed the universe, my own bad luck and the economy for my lack of success and happiness. Then, I blamed a number of other things and people who had nothing to do with my situation. However, I quickly realised that this approach was not going to be effective for me. Because I was in search of solutions, I began reading more books on a variety of topics related to business and productivity, such as psychology and entrepreneurship, as well as history and biology. After reading a few dozen books, I began to notice recurring themes in various subjects.

As the Dilbert comic’s creator Scott Adams, and author of How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big, put it, failure is an inevitable part of life. You may be blaming fate or karma or animal spirits or some other form of magic when the answer is simple math if you find yourself in a state of continuous failure in your personal or business life.

In a real sense, everything in life can be reduced to mathematical equations. Whatever your goal is, you must look for patterns. Take a moment to be happy. Throughout the ages, philosophers have advised people to not worry about the things they cannot control. And you should limit your attention to only those things over which you have direct control. Happiness is a result of doing what you love. That is something the Buddha informs you of. That’s what Seneca says. That’s something William James will have you know. You can be happy even if you never read a book but have a lot of life experience, even if you don’t know how. How? After a number of years, we become adept at spotting patterns on our own. I, on the other hand, would rather see things earlier and avoid having to learn the hard way. Alternatively, it could take me decades to learn all that I can from reading a biography. Whatever your goals may be, don’t give up until you’ve achieved them.

It’s the opinion of Scott Adams that: “In most cases, there is some kind of pattern. After the first seven years, you may have given up looking because you haven’t seen the pattern. “Continue your search, then. Mistakes are part and parcel of life. Take what you’ve learned and apply it. But don’t forget to learn from the mistakes of others. It’s almost magical, it’s funny. You come up with an idea, look for recurring themes, and then put it into action. When you think of something, it becomes a reality. You can achieve anything you set your mind to.
No, not by any means magical. There is no other subject matter. Go ahead and solve an equation now.

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