Friday, October 28, 2016

The 12% Law

Rajeev Kumar communicates very good. He wants to communicate in an excellent way.
Rishabh Chaudhury organizes very good. He wants to organize in an excellent way.
Sunil Damodaran manages very good. He wants to manage in an excellent way.
Life is like that. Many very goods get a score of 90% in their activities. But they want to increase their score to 95%. It is not easy to improve further.
What is the solution?
I am providing a solution which may work and make it possible the journey from 90% to 95%.
I call it the 12% hesitancy (whether a dot is a circle or a square inspiration based). The theory is
If you are happy be in a circle and lead your life with 90%. Or make a jump and try to be harmonious with 95%. My point is, that which is 12% difficult is what can give you success in this attempt. Trying a thing too difficult may result in failure.
Rajeev Kumar is 12% hesitant to communicate with enemies. He needs to improve this.
Rishabh Chaudhury is 12% hesitant to organize things with tough financiers. He needs to improve this.
Sunil Damodaran is 12% hesitant in managing women colleagues. He needs to improve this.
So the point is, identify areas which requires 12% pep-up and attack that area. Not more.
This is based on geometry and equality and number theories.


sm said...

one needs to find correct cause reason where he should apply his knowledge to solve the 12% problem to overcome that problem.

Kirtivasan Ganesan said...

Yes, sm.
If an Indian does 5 tasks from start to finish he is then leading an accountable life.This is my prayer.