Charles Tarnard wrote:I like to ask myself, "What's the worst thing that's going to happen?" If the answer isn't that bad I'll go for it and see what happens. That hasn't failed me so far.
Peter Ellis wrote:I see a number of posts on permies where people are looking for "the best" , the least for the most and that sort of thing.
It seems to me that there can be a problem with paralysis by analysis with this concept.
My thought is that rather than maximum returns, minimum inputs, "the best" solutions, we ought to be thinking in terms of incremental improvements.
Rather than holding off until someone tells us The Best way, shouldn't we be doing something, to the best we know right now, and looking for incremental improvements?