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Start – by doing what is Necessary

Next – do what is Possible

And – suddenly you are doing the impossible

 

Hence – The Kit Factor

(Inventive Thinking)

kit 1  (kt)

n.

1.

a. A set of articles or implements used for a specific purpose: a survival kit; a shaving kit.
b. A container for such a set.
2. A set of parts or materials to be assembled: a model airplane kit.
3. A packaged set of related materials: a sales kit.

4.

a. A collection of clothing and other personal effects used for travel.
b. A container, such as a bag, valise, or knapsack, for storing or holding such a collection.

Idiom:

the (whole) kit and caboodle Informal

The entire collection or lot.

fac·tor  (fktr)

n.

1. One that actively contributes to an accomplishment, result, or process: “Surprise is the greatest factor in war” (Tom Clancy). See Synonyms at element.

2.

a. One who acts for someone else; an agent.
b. A person or firm that accepts accounts receivable as security for short-term loans.
3. Mathematics One of two or more quantities that divides a given quantity without a remainder. For example, 2 and 3 are factors of 6; a and b are factors of ab.
4. A quantity by which a stated quantity is multiplied or divided, so as to indicate an increase or decrease in a measurement: The rate increased by a factor of ten.
5. A gene. No longer in technical usage.
6. Physiology A substance that functions in a specific biochemical reaction or bodily process, such as blood coagulation.

tr.v. fac·tored, fac·tor·ing, fac·tors

To determine or indicate explicitly the factors of.

Phrasal Verb: factor in

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