Regardless of the categories of sports, there are those fanatics who liked to imitate their favorite coaches and players for a myriad of reasons.
In the region of New England, there are the hardcore fans who followed Bill Belichick's habit of wearing his trademark hoodie 24/7 for the purpose of being like "Bill".
In most cases, it would be a miracle if any of them can emulate his strategic thinking or strategic decision management skills under duress
While you can click here, here and here for more trivia on wearing the Bill Belichick's hoodie, we recommended that you click here for the reason of understanding the psychology behind this practice of wearing the same (or similar) outfit everyday.
You can secure more information on buying a Belichick's hoodie by clicking here. I usually preferred the blue one.
We cannot guarantee that you will successfully triumph in your numerous ventures by wearing a Belichick's type of hoodie. But your competition might somehow remember you regardless of the results.
Side Note: American Giant of San Francisco produces a high-quality "Made in USA" sweat shirt.
Some people believed that they can be triumphant just by imitating the habits of their idols without ever understanding the true reasons behind the person.
Many of us at Compass360 CG preferred to mindfully implement the process of Assessing, Positioning and Influencing the situation before ever utilizing the Bill Walsh's tradition of scripting a game plan. We understand the strategic and tactical reasoning, the means and methods and the situations for applying it
Click here on the understanding the basics of scripting.
"In planning, never a useless move. In strategy, no step is in vain. ..." - Chen Hao
The subtle objective behind having a good "starter play" script is devising a sequence of scripted plays that quietly achieves a multiplicity of tactical objectives. This will assist the playcaller to make the proper adjustment play.
Conclusively, the constant implementation of scripting a plan will enable the practicing strategists to understand the sequence for meeting their goal.
The myth of the hoodie reminded us of the Art of War Cult who carried their copy of Sunzi's Art Of War wherever they travel and for whatever strange reasons, thinking that the possession of that book would offered them an immediate strategic edge.
As many of us know, that is a pure myth, just like wearing a hoodie or a red-colored shirt will make you a winner.
Learning how to script a gameplan will make the implementer a better strategic thinker while wearing the hoodie will only keep him/her warm.
When one can assess, position and influence the configuration of their Big Tangible Picture and beyond, the scripting of the tactical plays becomes easier.
The Compass Practice
I have no knowledge whether some of my fellow associates have ever wore a hoodie while standing during the scripting of a plan. But it is a good practice for centering oneself to a task at hand. Listening to a murmur of Mozart's piano concertos and Bach's keyboard concertos while scripting the strategic plan and sipping a cup of Dragon Well tea will indirectly increase your productivity.
We will post other relevant, but efficient Compass Practices in the future.
Side Note: Viewing the Big Tangible Picture
In ancient China, some of the elite desktop strategists understand their Big Tangible Picture (the BTP) by reading Jiang Tai Gong's Six Secret Teachings and Wuzi's classic (Art of War) before ever concluding a grand decision of pursuing a collaboration or a conflict with another party.
The essays of Sunzi's, Jiang Tai Gong's and Wuzi are found in Dr. Ralph D. Sawyer's translation of The Seven Military Classics of Ancient China.
Our experience tells us that the superior but pragmatic practice is assessing the singularity of the Big Tangible Picture before integrating one's strategic script with the various strategic and tactical principles from The Eight (not Seven) Military Classics of Ancient China (Seven Classics + Sun Bin's Military Methods).
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