In 1946 at age 20 while working in the “Inventions Inspection” department of the Caspian Sea flotilla of the Soviet Navy, a young man made a remarkable discovery about how to solve problems.
Aiming to capitalize on his discovery, in 1948, he sent a dangerous letter addressed as follows: “Personally to Comrade Stalin”. He explained that the approach to solving problems in the USSR was chaotic and filled with ignorance about innovation. At the end of the letter he made an outrageous statement: There was a method that could revolutionize the world and produce invaluable results. For this great insight, Stalin banished him to a Siberian Gulag (concentration camp) where he worked 12-hour days.
After Stalin died in 1953, he was released. He studied 200,000 patents and discovered there were only 1500 basic problems that could be easily fixed by using the right principles. He developed a sequence of steps that could solve virtually ANY problem.
In the past I had wondered why no 2 marketers can execute a supposedly step-by-step solution in the same way and achieve the same result. It’s not just a simple case of a product that can’t please everyone; it’s that no 2 person share the same thinking process.
The way we think and act is what makes us unique. With this 1946 method, we can hypothesize scenarios and possible solutions according to our own reasoning and apply them in full confidence that it is how we want to make things work.
Imagine if only you have full knowledge of this method, how many problems—no matter the size and its nature—can you solve:
* Problems with your money
* Problems with finding your target market
* Problems with building your list
* Problems with your relationships
* Problems with your work
And not just yours but others, and get paid for it in the process?
If you have problems related to your activities as an online marketer or entrepreneur, or you have other pressing issues and problems that steal your money, time, energy, focus or enjoyment in life, then this might be the most important report you’ll read this year.