Colin Daymude’s Blog

Secrets of World’s Toughest Questions

Posted in Communication, goals, inspiration, Personal, Save The World by cdaymude on March 26, 2009

Of course, these are not life shattering querries about the top three subjects that people should never discuss. You know, religion, politics, abortion.

No, these are the three most visited questions that I see thrown about in the press, on blogs, on twitter, facebook, infomercials etc. on a daily basis. In fact billions of dollars change hands every year just to solve these issues.

So the saying goes,

You can never be  too thin, too rich or too beautiful !

And people will PAY anything  for even little bits of  information they can get to be in one or all of these categories. But the amazing thing is that you can boil all the advice, all the books, manuscripts, lectures, webinars, infomercials, infotainers etc etc. down to just a few simple solutions.

So if you are ready for the multi-billion dollar solutions then read one.

Question 1: How to lose weight.

Billion dollar answer 1: Burn more calories than you take in.

Question 2: How do I get rich.

Billion dollar answer 2: Spend less than you earn.

Question 3: How do I have good relationships?

Billion dollar answer 3: Give more than you take.

So there you have it; these answers sum up the volumes of crap that people are dishing out now a days. Who da known that its just simple math?  And now you can save all your money. But don’t tell the info marketers that I’m letting these secrets out because some of them are friends of mine and I don’t want them to know that it was me that put them out of business.

Most of you will of course be skeptical and go buy ten MORE books about how to lose weight or what ever. Go for it if it makes you feel better but I’d bet that all the other problems in life can be solved with solutions that are just as simple. Its just that most people want “a magic” pill and don’t want to do the simple math. Or they think that solutions have to be complicated to work. Here’s what Einstein has to say about it all:

“Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius — and a lot of courage — to move in the opposite direction.”