“Never give up on a dream just because of the time it will take to accomplish it. The time will pass anyway.” – Earl Nightingale
Ever wondered why to anything…?
A factor is considered the root cause of a problem if removing it prevents the problem from recurring. A causal factor, conversely, is one that affects an event’s outcome, but is not the root cause. Although removing a causal factor can benefit an outcome, it does not prevent its recurrence with certainty.
The causal factor isn’t the single factor that drove the event. Instead, a causal factor was one of a few influences. The event could still occur again, or would have happened without the causal factor.
Identify Possible Causes:
This can be done in a brainstorm session. Start with the problem definition and ask “why?” it happened. Keep on asking “why?” repetitively until you have found the root cause.
[…] on a single act.
There’s a Japanese term, “ichigyo-zammai,” that basically means full concentration on a single act.
- Full concentration on a single act
- It is with action it happens, the action combined with consistency
- Spaced Repetition Time Intervals
- Information for survival, […] we must persuade
- Index or catalog needs maintenance in order to be useful
- Re frame challenges to “game” analogy
- Nature vs conceptual truth
- Muda, wastfulness, Mura, uneven, Muri, overburden
In progress and remember to search for TODO:
- Keep rolling in https://github.com/spawnmarvel/azure-arm-bash until Udemy AZ-104 is done
- Repos for GreenWorld (Python and SQL server)
- TBD, Repos for CarTestMaps (Python, Kivy and google maps)