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Why

Why is different from other questions. It isn't enough to provide only one Why to motivate people to act. You need to consider all the reasons for all of their possible actions and inaction.

+ reasons to do the action

- reason to not do the action

≠ reasons to do a different action

= reason to not change

→ reasons to act after some change or reasons to stop acting

~ reasons to fluctuate, fluctuating conditions. Reasons to act again. Reasons to inconsistently do the action.

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  • Single
  • Unique
  • Only
  • Why act
  • Single reason to act once
  • Unique reason
  • Reason to act first time
  • Only reason to act
  • Single reason to not act
  • Unique reason to not act
  • Only reason to not act
  • Why less
  • Why opposite
  • Single reason to choose a different action
  • Single other reason to act
  • Reason to act uniquely other
  • Unique reason to do other
  • Single reason to continue with current action
  • Unique reason to continue with current action
  • Reason to not change action
  • Reason to not change single action
  • Reason to switch to one action
  • Why stabilize
  • Why become
  • Why chose act again
  • Single reason to act again
  • One reason to fluctuate action
  • Reason fluctuates
  • Reason to fluctuate action

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  • Partial reason to act
  • Reason to partially act
  • Reason to act sometimes
  • Sometimes reason to act
  • Partial reason to not act
  • Reason to partial not act
  • Partial reason to act opposite
  • Reason to partially act opposite
  • Partial reason to choose other action
  • Reason to choose partially other action
  • Partial reason to stay the same
  • Reason to partially stay the same
  • Reason to stay the same sometimes
  • Sometimes reason to stay the same
  • Becomes partial reasons to act
  • Reason partially stabilizes
  • Why partially act again
  • Partial reason to retry act

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  • Many reasons to act
  • Reason to act many times
  • Reasons to not act
  • Reason to do opposite action
  • Reasons to act less
  • Many reasons to do other action
  • Reasons to do many other actions
  • Reasons to do other action many times
  • Many reasons to stay the same
  • Reasons to stay the same many times
  • Reasons to keep many things the same
  • Becomes many reasons
  • Becomes reason to act many times
  • Becomes reasons for many actions
  • Reasons to become many actions.
  • Many reasons fluctuates
  • Reason to fluctuate action many times
  • Reason to fluctuate many actions

  • Any reason to act
  • Reason to do any action
  • Reasons to do any opposite action
  • Any reason to do opposite action
  • Reason to do any less of action
  • Any reason to do less of the action
  • Any reason to do other action
  • Reason to do any other action
  • Any reason to stay the same
  • Reason to keep anything the same
  • Becomes any reason to do action
  • Becomes reason to do any action
  • Any reason stabilizes to do action
  • Reasons to become any actions
  • Any reason fluctuates
  • Reason to fluctuate any action, try any again
  • Reasons fluctuate anytime

 

  • All reasons to do action
  • Reasons to always do action
  • Every reason
  • Every opposite
  • Never do action
  • All reasons to do other action
  • Reasons to do all other actions
  • All reasons to stay the same
  • Reasons to keep everything the same
  • Becomes all reasons to act
  • All reasons become action
  • Reasons always stabilize
  • Reasons always fluctuate
  • All reasons fluctuate
  • Reasons to fluctuate all actions
  • All reasons fluctuate

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  • No reason to do the action
  • Reasons to never do the action
  • No reason to do opposite
  • No reason to do opposite action
  • Reasons to never do opposite action
  • Reasons to never do less of action
  • No reason to do other action
  • Reasons to do no other action
  • Reasons to never do other action
  • No reason to stay the same
  • Reasons to keep nothing the same
  • Reasons never stabilize
  • No reasons stabilize
  • Reasons to never become action
  • Reasons to never stabilize action
  • Reasons to never fluctuate
  • No reasons to fluctuate
  • Reasons never fluctuate

 

Predictive Innovation: Core Skills — Acknowledgments

Predictive Innovation: Core Skills -- Acknowledgments

My unending gratitude goes to Len Kaplan for wisdom,
hard work, and dedication in developing Predictive
Innovation. It is the result of his life-long work, which he
has not received the credit nor reward he greatly deserves.

Thanks to my Grandmother Martha who, when I was 5 and
begged to learn how to read, taught me the system of
sounding out the letters. That insight started me on seeking
the system behind everything.

Also gratitude to my parents for allowing me the freedom to
pursue a real education without school. Without that
freedom I would never have gained the knowledge or
retained the sanity needed to produce anything of value.

Predictive Innovation incorporates discoveries from very
many people who refused to conform and looked for the
elegant system responsible for the amazing complexity of
the universe. I encourage you to explore their works to help
you expand your abilities with Predictive Innovation.

W. Edwards Deming, Statistical Process Control; Genrich
Altshuller, TRIZ; Fritz Zwicky, Morphological Analysis;
Claude Shannon, Information Theory; Alan Turing,
Computational Completeness; Benoit Mandelbrot, Fractals;
John Nash, Game Theory; Richard Bandler, Neuro-
Linguistic Programming (NLP); all my associates at Apple
and everyone else who contributed to Agile; and the entire
Open Source Community.

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