Don’t just do it

Do not ‘Just Do It’. Sit down and think about it. Weigh up the pros and cons, and think through the possible risks. Maybe jot these down on a piece of paper. Sleep on it. Then, if it still looks promising in the morning, run a trial, ensuring the conditions are as close to real life as possible. Study the results against objectives. If you are sure it all looks good … then do it. Otherwise, you risk making a costly mistake.

Note: photo by Alexander Rotker on Unsplash


Published by Peter Runkel

"Work hard and be nice to people." Anthony Burrill

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