Experiment Part 2: No one survives

13 December, 2014 0 No tags 0

Let’s push the boundaries of the experiment, we are going to continue progressing over a few years and see what happens. Look at the table.

Year CEO´s universe Probability (50%) Survivors CEO´s Not survivors CEO´s (the cemetery)
1 10.000 2 5.000 5.000
2 5.000 2 2.500 2.500
3 2.500 2 1.250 1.250
4 1.250 2 625 625
5 625 2 313 313
6 313 2 156 156
7 156 2 78 78
8 78 2 39 39
9 39 2 20 20
10 20 2 10 10
11 10 2 5 5
12 5 2 2 2
13 2 2 1 1
14 1 2 0 0

The conclusion is scary. Ultimately, no one and nothing survives. All end up sending us to the cementery sooner or later. No one is safe, neither good nor evil, neither the regular … So what’s then?

The important thing is to keep the option to go back to square one. In order to return to the initial list of 10,000. No matter how often you succeed, the clue is that if you take a single failure it shouldn’t be too expensive (burst).

We have to assume that throughout our lives we will have to go back to square one on more than one occasion (Almost nobody goes face throughout their entire lives). The question is to do it consciously, understanding what happens if something goes wrong. Regardless of whether the return to the initial square is forced or voluntary.

Note: This experiment is of universal application and works with people, products, services, and whatever comes to mind.

One important thing: for a positive fate structure to reach you, you have to be there, working and investing. We have to build the likelihood for good things to happen. To be among the top five of the year once, you have to be able to have entered the list of the ten thousand. Training is important, education is important, the work is important, but much of the time is not decisive for success *. We have to assume that the success / survival has a random component that escapes our control.

We have to assume failure after a success, as it is often caused by a fate structure change. Only by understanding how fate works, we can understand and take the degree of fate (luck if you want to call it this way) that is part of our successes. This will allow us to understand that if the degree of fate (luck) is large, we must jump ship long before it starts to sink.

If many of the developers of the world, have understood and accepted that its huge success was the result of being in the right place at the right time, they would have sold their businesses in time. I have done following reasoning: I am where I am thanks not only to my efforts, but also through a series of circumstances promoted by fate. So before that decomposes random structure (luck is over) I will sell everything, and get back to square one voluntarily and controlling the situation.

* How do I understand success: Achieving the goals that each of us mark to ourselves.




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