Heuristics

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A heuristic is a "rule of thumb", an educated guess, an intuitive judgment or simply common sense. A heuristic is a general way of solving a problem. Heuristics as a noun is another name for heuristic methods.

Heuristic means "problem solving", learning and discovery. In Greek it is derived from the verb called heuriskein which means "to find".

Archimedes is said to have shouted "Heureka" after discovering the principle of flotation in his bath, which is later converted to Eureka.

Running and operating a profitable business involves far more decision-making skills than most entreprenuers anticipate preceeding the launch of a new business platform.

There are precise steps that must be follwed in order to ensure success.

Some start up companies are successful right away (cash-flow positive) with almost zero start up debt, whiile others go bankrupt losing millions of dollars of investor capital in less than one year.

What is the difference between these two outcomes?

Generally, the difference between a business success and failure depends upon which level of importance or priority is given to which sequential task and in which order.

Make sure that you follow a precise step-by-step process of business integration that takes into consideration all of factors in todays complex digital business environment. Also, remember that even an excellent plan will not work if it does not match your business model and your specific IS-DNA.

Quote: "The more productive or efficient you get, the more productive or efficient you BETTER get."   - David Allen

Quote: "Appropriate Objectives are the fewest number of accomplishments - the least number of objectives you can determine - that will allow you to reach your goals." - Rich Schefren.



See Also Neuroeconomics

See Also The Perpetual Lead Magnet Machine

See Also Vertizontal thinking

See Also David Allen

See Also ACV (Acceptance for Cognitive Value)

See Also The Effeciency Dilemma

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