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To Succeed, Ask the Better Question

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If you ask a question to the brain, it will always come up with an answer.
As a matter of fact, it can come up with several answers or what we could be more adequately called hypothesis.
An hypothesis, as defined by Webster is a tentative assumption made in order to draw out and test its logical or empirical consequences.
In other words, it's a possible solution to the problem implied in the question that we have asked the brain.
On the other hand, success is the result of solving the problems that have to be surmounted in order to achieve the objective.
So, if we want to succeed, the first thing that should be done is to ask the brain how to solve those problem and then, all that has to be done is to implement the solutions that the brain has given us.
The procedure is effective if, and that is a big if...
we ask the right question.
The difference between success and failure is the difference between asking the pertinent or right question and asking a misleading question.
Suppose you ask the brain, "How come I'm not rich?" The brain could answer, "It's because you're stupid.
" That's the type of answer that the brain could give out when the formulation of the question is simply wrong.
If that same person had asked, "How can I become rich?" The brain would have come up with helpful answers that would steer the person in the right direction.
As previously said, those answers would be hypothesis that could be tested out to see if they were valid or not.
And, if they proved to be invalid or inadequate, other suggestions from the brain could then be tested out and the procedure continued until the right solution eventually comes up.
Basically, success implies overcoming a lack of resource.
If we had everything needed to achieve our objective it would not be a challenge but a simple task that had to be performed until the desired outcome had been achieved.
But, true success signifies that obstacles, or lack of resources, has been overcome through resourcefulness and resourcefulness lies in the realm of the unknown.
The unknown that has to become known through the utilization of questions.
It all boils down to a basic equation.
But one that we tend to forget too often.
If we want to know something, we ask.
When we ask, the brain will supply answers.
Some are valid, some are not.
Our job then becomes the testing of those answers (or hypothesis) to see what works and what does not.
If we keep on following this path, sooner or later the ideal solution to our problem will come up and the way to success will have been cleared once again.
It certainly is better than beating our head against the wall wondering, what should I do next.
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