The Six Basic Questions  

rm_MustangD6644 51M
1052 posts
12/14/2005 6:15 pm

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The Six Basic Questions


There are Six Basic Questions that when asked and correctly answered will help you to do what ever it is that you have to do. These questions with slight variations relevant to the subject will help you to; Find a Job, Find a Car, Find a House, Find a Lover, Find a Life Partner. You can also reverse engineer the questions to help you to reverse all of those above situations.

The Questions Are; Who, What, When, Where, How and Why?

These are the 6 questions, and as long as they are asked and answered prior to making a decision, then the order in which they are asked does not matter greatly. The Main thing to Remember is to Ask The 6 Basic Questions.

As an example we shall look at buying a car;

Why a car? Anybody can buy a car? How hard is that?

Well, if that was the case, then why are there so many different types of cars on the roads today, and why do some people have their cars repossessed?

Because of The 6 Basic Questions.

I shall use the time I bought my work van to illustrate my example because your circumstances will be different to mine, but you will see how the questions work.

Q.1. Who is looking to buy a car? I am.

Q.2. What kind of car are you looking to buy? What Brand and What Model of Vehicle? I was looking for a Toyota Hi Ace Long Wheelbase Van, to carry my trade tools and wardrobe materials and myself to and from the factory and the clients house and back home safely. Toyota because thats what I like to drive and Long Wheelbase for the floor length in the cargo area. Trust me I have filled that van chock-a-block full. This is also a Why Question, as in why do I need this type of vehicle.

Q.3. Why do I need to get a "new" van? The old van is 10 years old and has done over 250,000 km and is Manual with no Air Conditioning. I will be traveling greater distances. The body style is very dated. I am tired of changing gears in peak hour traffic. I am tired of sweating like a pig in peak hour traffic after busting a sweat all day while building wardrobes all day.

Q.4. When do I need to buy this "new" van? Before next summer, to ease the physical stress my body experiences in hot weather.

Q.5. Where shall I buy this van? Now at the time I was buying my "new" van this was particularly difficult as the size of van I needed with the specifications I wanted was not easy to come by and still isn't. So it was a case of finding the car yard with the best selection of vans in my size and price range.

Q.6. How will I afford it? This is where price range comes into play and also things like availability for finance. With fiance you need to again ask all six questions to find the best provider for you.

So as you can see, you would now have an understanding as to why I purchased my work van, and with some questions you need to ask the six questions again as sub questions.

These Six Basic Questions can help you in many situations; from writing a blog through to working out who to date.

Amazing questions aren't they? Do you remember to ask the questions as you go about your tasks?

Mustang?

Tala4u2 54M  
2957 posts
12/14/2005 6:54 pm

Oh Crap there is six questions, damn it I have always only asked one before doing stuff. WHY NOT?

Tala, Wizard of The Kingdom of BooBoBia, DEITY,
PERVlander


rm_MustangD6644 51M
1031 posts
12/14/2005 6:57 pm

Yes. So are you asking me those questions, mizzkitka? You forgot How thats all.


rm_MustangD6644 51M
1031 posts
12/14/2005 6:59 pm

Think about it Tala4u2, these are qualifying questions so you wont get shot down in flames.


rm_MrStr0Ng
22 posts
12/15/2005 3:03 am

Isn't there seven????
you didn't include: which?


rm_MustangD6644 51M
1031 posts
12/15/2005 4:27 am

Six or Seven it doesnt matter because at the moment most people are lucky to ask one or two, so any improvement has got to be good.

Mustang
PS Welcome to my blog MrStrONg and how are the rest of the Mr Men, lol.


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