Monday, September 22, 2014

Why Having More Information Isn't Making Your Decision Easier

"At the end of the day, the goal is NOT to analyze everything. It is to analyze as LITTLE as is necessary to solve the primary issue."

Victor Cheng, Case Breaking Guru

I like this way of thinking. It's becoming more obvious to me as I go along. A corollary is likely that knowledge takes you from blindness to sight, but perhaps an insensible sight. Wisdom transforms what you are seeing into meaningful relationships and patterns.

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