Getting It

This third-in-the-series post is the last of the initial mind-set sequence.  It’s important because it sums up the systems mindset as a package and then rolls through the systemizing process in a step-by-step overview.  The next several posts of the series will include more specific information and detailed suggestions. For a small business, what is the most virulent strain of self-deception? The […]

(Go here to read the Introduction to the series.) The Point of Sale concept is integral to the nine other Systems Mindset concepts that will follow. Ultimately, getting solid control of one’s life is the goal and the Point of Sale posture is an essential ingredient in pulling that off…. Point of Sale The Point of Sale (POS) principle has always been […]

Over the next weeks, I’m going to cover ten Systems Mindset concepts that have significantly improved my life over the past two years. Some of them are brand new, developed after Work the System’s last revision, which was just one year ago. Others will be familiar but I’ll give you a fresh update. The Point […]

Following is an excerpt from the upcoming 4th printing of the Third Edition of Work the System: The Simple Mechanics of Making More and Working Less. It has to do with the systems mindset and the miracle of the world’s workings.-sc

Late last Thursday evening a friend and I watched The Matrix. Larry and Andy Wachowski’s film masterpiece, it was my fourth viewing . Watching it yet again was as epic as my first viewing back in 1999 and so, Friday morning, I back-burnered today’s scheduled post and wrote this one instead.

In this video I give a quick review of the crazy-diversity of the groups I spoke to last week. I also discuss several billionaires and their single secret to success: although they probably couldn’t put it into words, they know, deep inside, that achieving success “is all about the machinery, and not about individual attributes.”

Are we living in the Land of Oz? I can’t believe I have to point this out. But see it or not, there’s an elephant in the living room. Let’s talk about it. I’m tired of listening to the sanctimonious moaning of those who believe that making a profit is immoral. I ran into it in Europe, big-time, […]

Thinking is a process and it’s too often a scary thing to behold. Who knows what will come up next? And when uncontrolled negative thoughts start to cycle, one after the other, it’s like finding yourself in a bad neighborhood. Best to find your way to a better part of town….

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