And it’s all about the numbers!
They say you can fall in love in a minute — But I can tell you it only takes 30 seconds to change your life…
Fermat’s Theorem move aside. Double-entry book-keeping pah!
And whilst we’re about it put all those books on Personal Development and Leadership you’ve been stock-piling to read this year back on the shelves!
The Importance of Numbers
This piece though isn’t about falling in love and it isn’t about luck either, but it is about numbers and how important they can be in all areas of your life.
In fact, understanding and working with them can really be a key to success and help you achieve your goals to boot.
And here’s how!
· 2 — According to Quantum Field Theory everything is created twice — Before it takes form it’s an idea — So, give every idea your best shot and then go and execute it
· 3 — Frame what you say with 3 key points or messages that you want to convey — So, Tell ’em what you’re going to tell ’em, tell ’em & then tell ’em what you’ve just told ‘em
· 7 — Those Greek Playwrights Aeschylus, Aristophanes, Euripides,Sophocles et al were among the first to formalise the narrative story arc or plot-lines we’ve all become so familiar with today, even if we’re not aware of it when we’re reading, or watching a play on TV or a film — There are basically just 7 plot-lines or themes that any story will draw on i.e. The Quest, Voyage and Return, Rebirth & Transformation, Comedy, Tragedy, Overcoming a Monster and Rags to Riches — & did you also know that the importance of what you say only accounts for 7% of the overall impression that you make — So, make sure you always look the part and choose the right plot so you can be both a story teller and a story doer
· 8 — Is the number of ‘Rules of TED’, although there are
· 9 — Secrets of Public Speaking. How’s that?
· 10 — Seconds is all you get to make a good impression on the phone, &
· 13 — Per cent of your personal impact comes from the tone of your voice