This Servant shows us that any problem can be solved if we are willing to do what is needed.
He encourages us to do what must be done to get the desired outcome we seek – no matter the cost.
Any problem or challenge can be solved, but there is always some cost involved in the solution. The Fixer asks the question: are you willing to pay the price for what you want? You can get whatever it is that you desire but you will have to accept all the costs that go with it.
Paying the price, however, doesn’t always mean something terrible. The cost of writing a book, for instance, is the long months or years sitting on your own writing. You must deal with the frustrations and the pain that goes with writing. For some people that pain is totally worth it, for others it really isn’t. The Fixer wants you to think about the costs involved in the resolution of your own situation and asks if you are willing to accept the price.
Is the resolution of the problem worth the cost or is it better just to walk away?
The Fixer Servant is only used when all else has failed or no other option is available. He is not a Servant to engage without thinking through fully. Are you willing to do anything to get your desired goal? Are you willing to pay whatever the cost of business is? Many times you may not know the full cost of something until it is over, and by then it is too late to change your mind, so you have to be very sure you are willing to accept whatever fallout occurs.
To set The Fixer to work, you should explain the circumstances of the problem to him, and then tell him that he should fix it. Then, and most importantly, you should say out loud that you will accept whatever the cost is by stating that you are willing to accept the ramifications of whatever it is that has to be done, or that has to occur in order for you to get your desired outcome. Once on the job he cannot be recalled until the task is complete.
You’ll know what the price is when you get what you wanted as usually the two things happen at the same time. The Price and The Desire are intrinsically linked. The price you pay is not really to The Fixer, it’s more about what you are OK with happening or doing in order to get what you want.
As an example: The price of getting a promotion is that the person who currently has the job has to lose it. This could mean they will get fired. It could also mean they too get a promotion. But you can’t know until it happens and you have to be OK with both outcomes.
The Fixer is only to be used when you have tried every other means. The Fixer will do “whatever it takes” so you have to be sure that’s what you want. Use with extreme caution and only as a last resort.
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