Saturday, November 17, 2012

The Perfect is the Enemy of the Good

There is a time and a place for being perfect. While most people are focused on being good. Their definition of good can be a bit pathetic.   Especially, when some of them are trust fund babies. 

When the competition is very good, one must be  focused on being better.

Follow this Compass rule for staying ahead of the competition, will increase the scope of one's strategic position.

In a complex competitive setting, the amateurs sometimes know their objective and their approach. The fools are usually good at that.  Knowing how to adjusting those points to a larger situation with extreme strong competition is the challenge. 

It all begins by assessing the Big Tangible Picture.  Know the specifics of the situation and beyond before making a strategic decision.

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