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Development and Efficiency

[1130] We should nobody only judge by that what ze has achieved in our eyes in life, since it is at everybody's liberty what ze does in zis life. The zest of life lies in its diversity and the word of L treats, despite its comprehensiveness, only a part of this diversity and suggests a selection of the possible to its reader. The underlying regular describes the complex world and the irregular only incompletely.

[1131] But it is the diversity in its entirety that determines and is to determine the world events. That does not mean that diversity should be indiscriminatively created since not all diversity is desirable. We need to trust L that ze lets happen what pleases zer and thus serves the whole. Conversely, we must not judge everything by its utility, since it is only partial and may appear first on detours for us.

[1132] If we want to develop really, we must leave again and again the familiar tracks and let new experiences in our lives. So we protect us from boredom and routine and remain interesting for others. We are anyway not spared from becoming acquainted with life in all its range and the sooner we begin, the sooner we reach our goal to be close to and useful for L.

[1133] Thus, it is worth to surf the internet indiscriminatively and purposefully or to flip an encyclopaedia open at randomly selected passages, to absorb the presented and to reflect on whether one gives him more attention. It is also helpful to establish associations to issue-areas, where one, for example, can be guided by freely chosen first letters. This may happen also as game with several players.

[1134] In a further stage one relates the found terms and associations to each other and to oneself by asking what they could mean for one's life. Then one may ask what problems can be solved by them. Conversely, one can also start with certain problems and associate solutions. The more exceptional one thinks, the sooner one will find an unknown solution.

[1135] But one will not be able to solve at one go a multitude of problems, since only the combination with conventional techniques is promising. So it is particularly the obstinateness with that one approaches a problem that often leads to the goal. One cannot compel the success by only wanting it, but by mastering all target-aimed techniques one makes L and the fate sympathetic to accommodate one.

[1136] For it is reward and honour to discover extraordinary things and it is just not that everybody deserve it in a unlimited scope. Much is determination and the impossible cannot be compelled. So before one approaches big projects, one should ask, whether one is the right person for this. Without dare and risk certain goals admittedly cannot be achieved, but the goal should justify its effort in any case.

[1137] The project management should consider the characteristics and capabilities of the project participants adequately. The aptitude of the project leadership enables everybody a satisfactory use throughout the whole project duration. So everybody has zis lifts and supports with zer capabilities the whole. The world government coordinates major projects to avoid unnecessary and ineffective work.

[1138] A project is the more important, the more value it possesses for the creatures on the whole. The world government edits a hierarchy of problems to be solved, by which everybody can orient zerself. From this result both the required qualifications and the remuneration. It is comprehensively reasoned, also by well-founded expert opinion. Everybody may submit proposals that are to be included in the hierarchy.

[1256] As it is amiss to anticipate good discoveries, which take time with good reason, so established traditions should not be simply abandoned. Progress is a balancing act between old and new. Every revolution wants to be thought over, if one wants to avoid calamities. Therefore, it is best to take one's time with new developments, before one goes with them to friends or in the public.

[1257] Defiant of all enthusiasm for a project, it applies not to disregard what the creature needs else. Who lets zis environment suffer under zis zeal for a matter wrongs zer and cumulates bad karma, even if the project is classed as ever so important. If we lose the right balance between us and others, we hurt others and ourselves. Therefore, do never the one without the other.

[1262] One achieves efficiency through pointedly building up knowledge and experience in all fields of societal life, through reflecting about and hierarchically organising of information after relevance and importance, through their repeated activation and through their repeated editing after different points of view and through letting time pass by with periods of rest and recreation.

[1263] One gets, given time, a feeling what problems can ever be solved, respectively what requirements must be given for this. If one gains the cognition that a problem cannot be solved at this time or in this world, one should state the reasons for that and turn to other tasks. The same applies if the effort for a problem is disproportional to its (total) utility.

[1264] Furthermore, one should line up one's everyday work so that efficient work is possible (at all). This includes to drop or to reduce the activities and considerations that were analysed as unrewarding. Who belongs to the high performers, can usually presume to pass less demanding tasks to others, if ze can cogently explain why the overall goal is in jeopardy.

[1265] One should develop a certain passion for the problems to be solved, since feelings generally can have a very supportive effect in the problem solving process. All the things and circumstances that have a negative effect should be removed from one's immediate environment. The opposite is true for everything positive. If the environment does not, one should adequately guerdon oneself for reaching goals: Each milestone is a victory.

[1266] Every phase of problem solving should be based on one's own performance curve. It is counterproductive to want to deliver high performances at low points, and vice versa. One should give zis body and zis soul what they need in order not to feel like a hamster in the wheel. Purposeful variety of methods saves from routine and standstill. Who pursues too ambitious goals will be often really disappointed.

[1267] A too narrow time frame may have the result that important details are overlooked and put the overall performance at risk. The constant awareness of the importance of the goal to be achieved saves one from lack of concentration and digressions. The most widely mobilisation of available forces, coupled with the will to succeed, is a prerequisite for high performances, particularly in consultation with L.

[1268] If one brings off to win L over for one's goals, L will not refuse zis support. Prayer can attend the implementation phase usefully by providing for the compensation that the project itself cannot offer. Great attention should be paid to the selection and involvement of a project team. Every team member should be fully merged in its task and give others a lift.

[1269] It is important to recognise timely and sufficiently the strengths and weaknesses of every team member (e.g. based on the qualification) and to react appropriately to this by the use. Every team member must be prepared for zis task and should take heed of what was said above for the individual achievements. Ze should consider carefully who is responsible why when and how for what tasks in the team.

[1270] Ze should use the strength of the team to be able to bring about more by joint efforts than a single person. It should also recognise if others weaken zis power, for example, because they hog zer too much. All occurring problems should be communicated to the concerned parties and the superiors in a goal-oriented manner to be able to initiate corrections and restructurings.

[1271] If a project fails, whether reasonably or not, one should betake, after an appropriate overcoming phase, quickly again on a constructive path. Every failure is basis for a success. Even L does not bring off to have only success. Each success should be celebrated condignly and be the basis for further projects. One should let others participate, as far as possible, in zis experiences.

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