Kamis, 10 November 2011

The Habit of Rewarding to the Sources of Solutions

In my observation, there are some instances when people give rewards to others:
1. When the others have provided a solution or some solutions for the giver.
2. When the others have a solution or some solutions that's wanted or needed
3. When the others have no or little desirable solutions but they block or could block desirable or needed solutions from being accessed.

So there are 2 reasons why people provide rewards:
1. Because the others have provided help
2. Because the others could block away desireable or needed help.

Illustration:
A farmer has a lot of food, but if the price is too low, he/she could block away your access to food.
A software programmer created a powerful program, but if the price is too low, he/she might not be able to block others' access to his/her program because it could just be copied and spread by some others.

Now, for our future, let's create a habit of giving thanks not because one could block away our access to solutions... but because one had helped us with his/her solution/s.
Let's not encourage people to specialize in blocking away solutions, but in creating and sharing solutions.

One way of doing this is by creating a system that could track the solutions that are being used or have been used by us... and then seek to reward the providers of solutions. If we've paid to some, then I guess it should be fine, but let's seek those that haven't received any help from us then help them when we could.

Nature is also providers of our solutions... the trees have made possible running fresh water and O2 and anti floods. Let's reward the trees by investing in their conservation.

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