ANSWERS.

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One of the many exhibitions sustained in the world of marketing is the ‘reason for existence’, equally translated as ‘problem solving’. Every business person or entrepreneur most often feels they fit in the market place if they got the ‘reason for existence’ through a ‘problem-solving technique’ up their sleeves.

Thinking about it, this group of people often work around and make every script right about the who, the what, the when, the where, the why and the how, in order to stay tuned to a clearly communicated purpose. The who, the what, the when, the where, the why and the how; these are elements of circumstances to be used as a framework to describe and evaluate whatever action taken.

When dealing with chapters and seasons of life. Similarly, the who, the what, the when, the where, the how and the why, are allies normally used to answer many of the things we want to achieve, whether by design or not.

Who?
If the question is asking who. Then the ‘who’ is like, looking at the available people friendly resources so to create an environment around to provide the information to specify the PERSON or PEOPLE. And in the ‘who’, is the answer. However, in some cases, the who is prone to change over what defines the people, simultaneously changing the information provided. Our constructive attitude towards the centred person or people will train us to realise the solution within the ‘who’.

What?
If the question is asking what. Then the ‘what’ is like, looking at the available material friendly resources as a means of creating an environment around giving information to specify the THING or THINGS. And in the ‘what’, is the answer. However, in some cases, the what is changing over who is in charge to define the thing or things. Our constructive attitude towards the centred thing or things will train us to realise the solution within the ‘what’.

Where?
If the question is asking where. Then ‘where’ is like, looking at the available environmentally friendly resources, as a strategy that can be used to create an environment around giving information that specify the PLACE. And in the ‘where’ is the answer. However, in some cases, the where can be a tricky PLACE to have access due to many factors. Our constructive attitude towards the centred place or area of interest will train us to realise the solution within the ‘where’.

When? 
If the question is asking when. Then ‘when’ is like, looking at the available moment friendly resources, as a slot that can connect towards creating an environment around giving information that of the specify TIME. And in the ‘when’ is the answer. However, in some cases, the when is changing over who is in care to set priorities. Our constructive attitude towards the centred moment will train us to realise the solution within the ‘when’.

Why? 
If the question is asking why. Then why is like, looking at the available groundwork (because the ‘why’ doesn’t effectively from top to bottom, but from bottom to the top) friendly resources, as a formality to create an environment around giving the information of a significant REASON. And in the ‘why’ is the answer. However, in some cases, the why is changing over facts and perceptive. Our constructive attitude towards the centred reason will train us to realise the solution within the ‘why’.

How?
If the question is asking how. Then ‘how’ is like, looking at the available process friendly resources, so that we can create an environment around giving the information that specify the STRATEGY. And in the ‘how’ is the answer. However, in some cases, the how is changing over values, culture etc. Our constructive attitude towards the centred strategy will train us to realise the solution within the ‘how’.

This is just to say that. The who, the what, the when, the where, the why and the how; are parts of the effort that cannot be reached without facts. Factual answers — they are necessary to include for a matter to be considered complete. Not answers with a simple ‘yes’ or ‘no’.

Now, the secret thing with factual answers is that these answers may take in with the ‘yes’ or ‘no’. But this time the ‘yes’ is invariably ‘yes’. And ‘no’ is variably ‘yes’, depending on the angle of our perception. In some cases, “no” could equate to someone with nothing; to some the ‘no’ is an opportunity out work that hidden muscle and realise what we are capable of. Who knows where passion, perseverance can take us? That same ‘no’ can make a way to the who, the what, the when, the where, the why and the how, and bring the best in us. To be both testimony and inspiration. When someone is standing from a place of nothingness, obviously the who will appear more than you, the what will appear more than you, the when will appear more than you, the where will appear more than you, the why will appear more than you to think of, and the how will appear more than you to put together.

Whether we dwell on the who, the what, the when, the where, the why or the how. Passion and perseverance will show us the essential characteristics to sow and eventually reap – deliberately turning the “no” to “yes”. Every story of breakthrough has a reference point going back to the who, the what, the when, the where, the why or the how – because something is often built on something seen or heard.

‘’For we cannot but speak of what we have seen and heard.” – Acts 4:20.