The process of reasoning backward in time, from the end of a problem or situation to the beginning in order to understand the solution you have already discovered
In the West, a culture of independence and going it alone has been dominant for some time. Social networking has helped to change this pattern. Only the most ordinary person, a person of limited vision, a person whose life is filled with unnecessary struggle and wants to keep it that way will believe he/she can achieve his/her goal and fulfill a vision without the services of a mentor or teacher. It is a mistaken way of thinking. Find yourself a teacher, or let the teacher find you.
The best teachers seek to support the student and seeker on their journey.
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I’m the author: I am a game theorist and a teacher of Mystic and Essential Zen and Taoism. I am also a self-improvement coach offering advice for innovators of all levels who are dealing with obstacles and constraints in their work (and play).
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Most of my Medium stories, when related to natural healing. self-improvement, life lessons, mental health, and Eastern Philosophy are anchored into the concept of Applied Game Theory. This idea explores how and why people make certain choices, including decisions related to their health, well-being, and self-awareness.
Researchers into game theory have won over twenty Noble Prizes. The movie “A Beautiful Mind” is about the life of John Nash, one of the pioneers in game theory. Of course, the most sophisticated competitive and strategic game in existence is the Chinese game of Go. Learn more about the powerful tool, game theory, for self-improvement. I explain it in the Medium.com article below.
The article was written so that a 12-year-old can easily understand and apply the simple 3 step system. The article also includes a short video interview of me with Jim Selman a pioneer and thought leader in leadership, business success, and innovation.