Or is it from a poker game table perspective?
Better yet, is it from a go (weiqi) gameboard perspective?
Before you decide on your tactical approach, assess the configuration of your strategic terrain in terms of pathways, possible resources-decaying scenarios, possible time-delay scenarios and possible incline-based scenarios.
Playing From the Chessboard
Are you a knight on a chess board who is being pushed to the middle of the board to solve the problems of the employer? Jumping from one position to another while avoiding the obstacles is your daily modis operandi.
Or are you an isolated pawn who pushes yourself forward with some minor support from someone in the back ranks?
Do you offer advice like a bishop? If so, does the boss listens to you?
Or, do you offer technical insights like a rook while protecting the boss from external chaos?
Playing From the Poker Table
In some tactical scenario, do you know when to start the game with an conservative "open"? Better yet, do you know when to check and raise?
Conclusively, it is all about knowing when to hold them. Knowing when to fold them. Knowing when to walk away. Knowing when to run.
Playing From the Go Game Board
If it is a long and sequential scenario, are you able to play one position while being mindful of the other relevant positions that connects to it?
One must know what is the configuration of the situation (game board) that he is playing on before deciding on the tactical approach.
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