Predictable that is.

If you still consider this rainbow cube from hell to be a test of intelligence, please don’t.

Just like everything else, someone has already figured it out and uploaded a video to YouTube. The solution is out there, and it’s really simple.

Why do I consider the Rubik’s cube solution to be predictable?

Because the solution of the cube is actually really simple. There are a number of moves that you can use to solve the cube, regardless of what state of scramble it’s in.

Literally, that’s all there is to it.

Regardless how mixed up the cube is, if you use those moves you will be able to solve the cube.

100% of the time.

Without fail.

The thing is that you will solve the cube in probably 25 minutes. The world record is 4.69 seconds…

Which is something that is beyond my ability to understand stuff. I just can’t even begin to imagine the level of dedication and practice…

Some guy out there has the ambition to set the world record for solving the Rubik’s Cube (probably blindfolded why not) and here I am not being able to wake up the first time my alarm goes off…

Anyway, what I’m trying to say is that those record holders have taken it to a different level. Where the solution isn’t predictable anymore.

Because depending on what color format you have in front of you, you can either apply solution A or solution B and so on. Just so that they can skip a few steps and solve it faster.

Without being too nerdy (I don’t think I have a way out of this now…) if your only goal is to solve the cube, I’m telling you it’s really easy and super predictable.

Go through the steps and that’s it.

If you believe that creating more content is another 17-step process, or you need new skills that require 6 months to get used to, well yes… you can have it like that if that’s what you want.

Or you can use one simple brain-dead solution to get everything on a schedule and make the most out of what works for you right now.

And that is taking the best converting pieces of content that you already have and convert them into anything you want.

Lead magnets, for example, would work just fine in this case.

Or just random social media posts about solving a Rubik’s Cube…

There’s more than one way to skin a cat I suppose…

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