Anyway, the Law of Precession was first stated by Buckminster Fuller, and it goes like this.
For every action we take there will be a side effect arising at 90 degree to the line of the our action. And this effect will be equal to or greater than the original attraction.
Wow, sounds a little abstract, isn't it?
There are 2 classic examples used to illustrate this law when you surf the Net about this subject.
(1) When you drop stones in a water, ripples are produced.
(2) When bees collect pollens from flowers, they unknowingly help cross-fertilise flowers.
So how is this law applicable in our lives?
The harder you try something, the harder it is to achieve. When you pursue money, the side effect produced is greed. And you might just end up losing more than you gain.
Instead, try adding value to those people around you. The side effect in this case is that you will gain more, either monetary or in other ways. The more selfless you are in helping others, the more you will gain.
Some of you may find this weird, isn't it? But I know of a few entrepenuers who swear by this law as the secret of their success.
Help others and you end up helping yourself in return.
Sounds good, isn't it?