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Part by Part, Increase Your Force by Doing Your Best

Aug 17, 2007
According to the Old Testament, God created heaven and earth in seven days. Day one, God created light. Day two, He created sky. Day three, He created land, ocean, and vegetation. Day four, He created sun, moon, and stars. Day five, He created fish, birds, and whales. Day six, He created cattle, reptiles, wild animals, bugs, and humans. Day seven, He rested (Genesis 1:1-2:3). Whether you believe this story to be fact or fiction, it may reveal the secret of goal accomplishment. In this story, God's goal was to create heaven and earth. But instead of hastily creating heaven and earth all at once, He deliberately created them one part at a time. With each goal part, God did His best, concentrating His force. God didn't have to goal-accomplish this way, but is this way best for us mortals? Is God trying to tell us something?

Part by Part

Always aim for achievement, and forget about success.
- Helen Hayes

Success consists of achievements, much like a forest consists of trees. In order to cut a forest down, you must do it one tree at a time; in order to attain success, you must do it one achievement at a time. Tiny parts make up a huge whole.

A huge goal is easily completed, if broken down into tiny tasks - completed one at a time. However, the same goal is difficultly completed, if unbroken and whole - completed all at once. A huge war is won by winning tiny battles - one at a time. However, the same war is lost by attempting to win the war - all at once.

Hence, there are two ways of pursuing a huge goal - wholly and partly. Wholly pursuing the huge goal overwhelms you, influencing you to quit. Partly pursuing the huge goal underwhelms you, influencing you to continue. Being underwhelmed, you are cool, confident, and ready for more.

Part by part, you are smart. One at a time, you win in time.


According to physics, Force = Mass x Acceleration. Not only does this equation explain the relationship between matter and force, it also explains the relationship between product and force. Force = Mass x Acceleration teaches us that accelerating or enlarging an object increases its force. Likewise, it teaches us that accelerating or enlarging a product increases its force.

Promotion Force = Product Number x Production Acceleration.

Promotion Force: It is the extent that a product promotes itself, attracting customers to buy. The greater the promotion, the greater the customers' attraction, the greater the sales, the greater the force.

Product Number: It is the number of products produced. The greater the number, the greater the availability, the greater the promotion. For example, if only one electromagnetic automobile was produced, chances are most people would not know about it. However, if one billion electromagnetic automobiles were produced, chances are most people would know about it.

Production Acceleration: It is the increased speed of product production. The more speed increases, the more products are produced, the more products are available, the more products are promoted. For example, the fast-food restaurant McDonald's produces hamburgers faster than most hamburger restaurants. Almost everyone knows about McDonald's. Almost everyone ate at McDonald's.

Indeed, Promotion Force = Product Number x Production Acceleration.

Common Sense: In addition to using the above equation, you should ensure that your product is better and cheaper than competing products. Though Production Acceleration is important, it is better to produce quality products deliberately than shoddy products hastily. So go fast, but not too fast.

Do Your Best

Make yourself indispensable and you'll be moved up. Act as if you're indispensable and you'll be moved out.
- Anon.

The Cub Scouts' motto, "Do your best," is the key to making yourself indispensable. Most people follow the path of least resistance by doing the minimum. If you follow the path of most resistance by doing the maximum, you will be noticed quickly. Being noticed, you make friends and enemies. Your friends attempt to further your goals; your enemies attempt to hinder your goals. If you continue doing your best, you will achieve your goals, become indispensable, and move up.

However, in moving up, there is a dark side. The dark side is after becoming indispensable, you act indispensable. In acting indispensable, you lose self-restraint and self-control. Intoxicated by success, you begin arrogantly talking too much and slothfully working too little. Then a competitor hungrier than you takes your place, ousting you out.

Therefore you should do your best, talking little, working consistently.

In summarizing this article, the initially discussed Old Testament story seems to be telling us to (1) Break large goals into smaller sub-goals, (2) Do our best, and (3) Focus this way to increase our force. Contrastively, we are to avoid (1) Pursuing large goals all at once, (2) Doing our minimum, and (3) Dispersing this way, decreasing our force.
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