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    gradient

    can you please tell me what gradient means?


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    People always pursue theirwellbeing in a logical, rational way first; but their decisions are liberated on emotional bases. So youhave to deal with those two separate gradients all the time.

    So say someone is thinking about starting a business, or a part-time profit center. It's crucialthat (1) these people are looking for this in their own lives and (2) as they think about potential cus-tomers. They can use this in all gradients. Whether they're trying to sell a concept to somebody else- maybe to joint venture with them, or when they're trying to build customers, or when they're try-ing to acquire the rights to products or services, or when they're trying to negotiate with people forterms, for credit- anything they're doing. Any time you're trying to persuade or influence some-one to see your point of view, you've got to make sure that you incorporate the emotional side.

    And Ivy Lee gave him a technique, which I have actually followed. It's so simple it's embar-rassing. But I think that simple, elegant solutions are the secret to making life much more produc-tive,much more fulfilling, much more profitable in all gradients. "

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    Re: gradient

    What subject matter are you talking about?

    "Gradient" is used in many different businesses, including printing, mathematics and painting.


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    Re: gradient

    is the meaning of "gradient" "facet"?


    "People need solutions, not just strategy.They need someone to advocate and address
    their wellbeing in a conclusive way that brings them to an end result that they can see, and they canbelieve, and they can emotionally and rationally understand and accept. People always pursue their wellbeing in a logical, rational way first; but their decisions are liberated on emotional bases. So youhave to deal with those two separate gradients all the time."
    Last edited by ionutzavram; 23-Sep-2008 at 14:12.

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    Re: gradient

    "People need solutions, not just strategy.They need someone to advocate and address their wellbeing in a conclusive way that brings them to an end result that they can see, and they canbelieve, and they can emotionally and rationally understand and accept. People always pursue their wellbeing in a logical, rational way first; but their decisions are liberated on emotional bases. So youhave to deal with those two separate gradients all the time."


    This suggests that people strive for their well-being (survival) using two methods:

    logical and rational ways
    emotional ways

    Each of these ways have gradients (degrees or series of steps). So the rational being and the emotional being are separate and have different degrees of progress in each of their steps. The challenge is that you have to deal with these two separtate steps at the same time.


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