Thursday, August 11, 2011

Assess, Position and Influence (11): The Big Tangible Picture

Q: Why does the Big Tangible Picture (BTP) requires a large quantity of quality information?

A: In most cases, too much information creates the act of "paralysis by analysis." Therefore, nothing gets done. Concurrently, minimal information is equal to no insight. The key to understanding the Big Tangible Picture is to promptly secure the right amount of quality information

Compass Rule:
The quantity of quality information is proportional to the quality of the analysis.

In some situations, the political-economic-social state of one's terrain usually rules the mindset of the people within it. If one does not know the political-economic-social state of their terrain, he or she will be grinding for a long time.

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