Jack remarked I have a lot of ready opinions, based on active study, about more subjects than most.
I said that was because I organize relatively. That allows me to reach a firm conclusion quickly and move on.
Need to change a conclusion? Not a problem. Quick acceptance and move on.
I am most uncomfortable (and make others uncomfortable) when I am assembling facts for a new conclusion. But that’s only for a couple of days while we are aggressively gathering data.
Last Friday, Frank said, “There is nothing complicated about doing the right thing. Hard maybe, but not complicated.” That is true often enough to be useful
Important undecideds are good for entertainment, but clog progress.
The key? In this circumstance, this is better than that.
Once I have decided, I can move on to the next, or use the realization to build something else. No philosophy, no morality, no big words.
In this circumstance, this is better than that.
Sales Lab Model – a good place to start.

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Jack Gates

I like the choice: which is better in the circumstance, this or that.

Choose and do something!

Steven Pressfield in The Art of War notes “It’s better to be in the arena, getting stomped by the bull, than to be up in the stands or out in the parking lot.”