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SUVAT
Result matters more than effort

Preface

You may have seen that earlier we released the


DESPERATE system which focuses more on how could
we reduce the time spent on useless activities which do
not allow us to be productive and/or efficient on our
particular tasks. However, one thing that the
DESPERATE system does not address is the criteria
for productivity. For productivity and eciency are
two completely dierent things. However, they are
frequently intermixed with each other. We have applied a
concept called Suvat from High School Mechanics, to
allow us to understand, productivity. From the
misconceptions present in my high school students on
the SUVAT model we will be able to understand the
common misconceptions present in most people between
eciency and productivity.

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Origins of SUVAT
Suvat is a mnemonics or acronym present in most high school
physics and mechanics courses. The main purpose of Suvat is
to allow high school students to memorise all of the variables
present in high school physics class. Due to this, it is very easy
for us to high school students to apply formulas and to think
less during exams.

Justification of the use of SUVAT


A lot of socialists acquire skills to be more ecient. The most
common one may be speed-reading. However, they may be
unable to acquire the necessary information required from a
particular reading. Hence, they are really unproductive. Or
they are unable to Or they are not really maximising that
value of time which they spent on speed-reading. The suvat
system is directly to movement which allows people to
understand productivity and eciency in more real life terms
rather than metaphysical or psychological terms. This may
allow for a more widespread and easier understanding of the
skills that they need to have and what they should use. But in
order to think with such level of precision, you need to have a
system. Azadidome uses the SUVAT system to help us
understand the dierence between eeciency and
productivity.

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Expansion of SUVAT
S-Displacement
U-Initial Velocity
V-Final Velocity
A-Acceleration
T-Time

Meaning of Displacement
Displacement is the dierence in position from your original
point. For example, if you travel from Beijing to Tokyo, the
dierence between the positions of Beijing to Tokyo is the
displacement that you have travelled from Beijing to Tokyo.
Displacement is calculated by drawing the shortest straight
line from the original position to your final position.
Similarly, the easiest way to check if you have been productive
for a particular task is to get yourself a goal. For example,
completing a book and remembering 10 quotes from the book
for a pamphlet addressing the flaws of Bhimrao . At the end of
the hour or whatever time you set yourself up to complete a
certain task, check how many pages of the book have your
read. Do you think you have read enough in that time? Check
if you have 10 quotes, why or why not. Do the quotes allow
you to address the flaws of Bhimrao. The more specific your
goal the more chances are there for you to understand the
specifics of your task. Due to this, it may be easier to spend
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your time and energy within your designated time say 1 hour
on productive sub-tasks. Maybe your should speed read some
chapters and maybe you should slow down on other chapters.
It is important to be serious about moving forward if you are
are a revolutionary.
Another thing to note, is that you always need a reference
point just like when we calculate displacement. This is
especially valid as a lot of tasks are too long too complete in
just one sitting or one time period. Hence, it is important to
remember where you left o at the end of a particular task
and keep that in mind for the next sitting. For example, some
books may be very long to read in 1 hour. If it is say Tuesday,
you may have read the book and collected 3 out of 10 quotes.
On the next day Wednesday, in order to provide yourself with
motivation you may want to tell yourself that you have 7 more
quotes to go. This might encourage you to boost your
willpower and hence you might want to collect 5 quotes on
that day. You might do this to remind yourself how much
displacement you made so far. However, if you want to trick
your mind into finding more than 10 quotes, than you might
take a piece of paper and cover your other quotes and hence
allow work from 1 again.

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A lot of physics students seem to confuse displacement and


distance in exams. In similar way, a lot of people confuse living
and existing in real life. Living is according to Seneca when
you are being productive towards your goal or you are making
progress towards your goal. Lets take the quotation example
for now but this pretty much applies for other things too.
When you are living is when you collect the quotes. If at
Tuesday, you have had 1 hour in a day to complete your goal.
Than you have spent 1/24 hours in a day in order complete the
goal. That is ok if you other goals that important to you and
you dedicated the rest of the 23/24 hours to that goal.
However, if you have no other goal than you only spent 1/24 in
a productive manner. If the rest 23/24 are goal-oriented
however the other goals dont allow you to progress in life
than you spent 1/24 of your day productively. However, if you
have read a book and even got quotations and even more
make a pamphlet and the pamphlet doesnt teach you anything
or serves any meaningful purpose to a comrade, we could say
that you have got a lot of distance. Or you seem to place a lot
of eorts however your eorts had no result.

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Meaning of Initial Velocity and Final Velocity


Initial Velocity is the velocity with which an object moves at
the beginning of a time. Final velocity is the velocity with
which an object moves at the beginning of a time.
Usually, people want to read books and articles because it
provides them with it provides great insight. However, they
dont do anything with that insight. This can be seen mostly
by semi-proliterians or known by most corporations as
employees. A lot of semi-proliterians are known to purchase
books and talk about it with others and even mention or
memorise quotes form self-help books such as 7 Habits of
Eective People, however besides repeating certain quotes or
concepts to other people like they are parrots they dont really
want to change. So although they took 10 years or so rereading a certain book. They are not able to apply the
concepts in real life and use them to be better people. Tai
Lopez refers to this syndrome as the insight addiction.
This is already occurring within the revolutionary intellectual
body. A lot of intellectuals are interested in good advice and
ideas. They are better than the semi-proliterians as they tend
to release reports and books upon this advice. However, they
could do better by leveraging themselves or using facts and
advice. A lot of the capitalistic class in the world use the
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advice and facts provided through books and articles to


conduct self-experiments. One such a person Tai Lopez uses
the concept of thought-leverage which basically means your
ideas to conduct timed experiments on yourself first. If the
results are good try persuading other people to do it. Or if you
want to do it a little bit more social science style ask other
other people to do it with you.
You can tell if a system or a book is helpful to you if it allows
you to increase your velocity or allows you to make more
displacement in a smaller time period. In productive terms, if
such a system allows you to complete more percentage of a
task at a constant time. For example, a note-taking system will
be eective if it allows you to take better quality notes in 1
hour. Another way to test if a system allows you to be
productive is that it allows you to speed up your logical
thinking. Maybe you should the try the P-e-e system or
Monroes persuasion sequence.
However, as with distance and displacement there tends to be
a small confusion between speed and velocity. The formula for
speed is the distance travelled by a certain object in a certain
time period. This is dierent from velocity as velocity is the
total displacement per unit time.
For example, if you use a P-e-e system than it may allow you
to finish writing a manifesto quickly however it may not
necessarily have the elements which make it a good manifesto
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or allow you to creatively work through the manifesto. Hence,


you may need to look for another system, optimize the system
which your are using or just create a new one like we did with
out desperate or suvat

Meaning of Acceleration and Time


Acceleration is the change in velocity per change in time. If
you have increased your productivity by reading a book or
pamphlet or a brochure than you have accelerated. However,
note that for acceleration to occur there needs to a change
time. What does this mean for you? This basically means that
in order to increase your velocity, you need to invest or spend
some time. You cant accelerate in no time or 0 time. If you
do physics or maths you will know that such a result gives you
infinite. If you havent studied physics or maths, what I
practically mean is that it is impossible to spent 0 time or no
time in order to improve. Usually, if you want to improve your
productivity or eciency you need spend some time.
Whether it is 1 hour or 2 hours.
It is true however that acceleration is inverse to time. Hence,
the less time in your scheduled time you spend on
procrastination or useless tasks or dedicated to thinking about
other things the less time you may spent. Hence, the quicker
you acceleration becomes. Due to this, your productivity will
increase much more quickly if you do not procrastinate.
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