Change the Rules
Thinking Vertically & Obtaining the Same Results?
Change the Game Rules
Albert Einstein wrote, “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results”. Admittedly, not the most brilliant mathematician, he began with the end in mind, having a hypothesis, Einstein wanted to prove a theory that came to him—the birth of an idea—by pure mathematical means.
In order to accomplish this ‘game changing’ theory that superseded a 200-year-old theory of mechanics elucidated by Isaac Newton, Einstein surrounded himself with the best innovative, positive, mathematical minds in academia.
Special Relativity and General Relativity later to become known as The Theory of Relativity, or Relativity took the Scientific Community mind-set of the era by storm.
Incidentally, Einstein’s teachers said he would never amount to anything. Now they are gone and he is famous.
The rest is history: E=MC²
After all, fifteen hundred years ago everybody knew the Earth was the center of the Universe. Five hundred years ago, everybody knew the Earth was flat, and fifteen minutes ago, you knew what you know, ‘it is what it is’. Right? Wrong! Now think potentialities.
Imagine what you will know and experience tomorrow.
How to Move Forward
Now is time the time for a game change. Change what you know with new information, act on it and everything else will change.
It is a belief system. Fate favours the bold. Act on faith and belief. Reality is perception; change your perception and everything else will change to reflect your new reality.
Einstein understood he could not do it alone, he needed help from other, bright-accomplished minds—open to different ways of thinking—the key to success.
To put this into perspective, man was beginning powered flight in 1905, when Simple Relativity was published, long before space exploration.
Retain proven and accomplished talent to alter the status quo and profit from a new beginning.
Mathematical Equation For Success
A root of an equation is a number which substituted into the equation instead of an unknown converts the equation into an identity. The root is said to satisfy the equation. Solving an equation implies finding all of its roots.
An equation that is always satisfied, no matter the choice of values for its unknowns, is called an identity.
(a + b)2 = a2 + 2ab + b2
Think outside the box!
If you always do what you always did, you’ll always get what you always got.
— High-Tech Proverb GIGO