[Coco] Cloud-9 Tech
RJRTTY at aol.com
RJRTTY at aol.com
Sat Nov 7 11:53:31 EST 2009
In a message dated 11/7/2009 10:07:34 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,
boisy at tee-boy.com writes:
>There's an equation that I derived some years back that describes my
>philosophy on how I spend my time. I call it "Boisy's Formula of
>Probability of Continued Effort." This is my formula; it works for me:
>P = V / (E*T*H))
> P is the probability of continued effort for a given task;
> V is the value that I obtain out of doing the task (value can be in
>the form of money, food, or even something as intrinsic as happiness
> E is the level of effort required to generate that value;
> T is the amount of time I have to spend doing the task;
> H is the hassle factor that comes along with performing the task.
>The goal is to maximize V while minimizing E, T and H, thus keeping P
>at or above 1. High values of P are very, very good.
HAAAA!! HA HA !!!! :P
Boisy you have spent too much time in the ivory towers
of academia and I know exactly what you are talking about.
I just haven't heard anybody put it quit so precisely.
Life gets in my way of filling orders too and sometimes
you have to let it go for awhile to take care of more important
Its no secret I make no money on my projects but that's
ok because I do it for the experience and making new
friends. My recent decision to raise prices reflects
the passing of that phase of my little business.
Now I charge enough to offset costs plus a little more.
I also save everybody's emails and get to them when I
I am extremely satisfied with all my cloud 9 enhancements
and have nothing but praise for the way you and Mark
have operated your coco business.
May you have maximum V and minimum H factors in
your Formula of Probability of Continued Effort and thanks for lifting
my mood this morning.....
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