Strategy Pure and Simple
Combining a couple dictionary entries, here
is a decent definition of strategy: “A strategy is a plan of action or policy
designed to achieve a major or overall aim under conditions of uncertainty.” In
other words, a strategy is a plan to achieve a goal. Planning involves thought
to generate various options, weigh the pros and cons of each option, and decide
which option is best. Planning allows one to better foresee obstacles and gather
resources to overcome them. It also lets one practice one’s preferred responses
to make them quick, automatic and so more effective and less stressful when the
time comes. To not think through how to achieve a goal is to decidedly lessen
the odds of achieving it. As we know from experience, winging it doesn’t work
most of the time, especially when help is needed from others. Therefore, if one
really wants to achieve a goal, developing and appropriately sharing a sound
strategy is highly important.
The book Strategy Pure and Simple reveals the universal rules of winning strategies, those simple yet critical, time-tested formulas which change a situation to one’s advantage, with the biggest benefit for the least cost.
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