For a good blueprint... to avoid getting drawn back into that flawed mindset…

and keep us on track...


It needs to be simple, avoid information overwhelm, proven, focused on quality and consist of independent parts

So, why is this important?

Well, remember the two types of thinking we’ve discussed before?

So, we need a blueprint that avoids all the pitfalls of the flawed thinking….

And has all the positive point of the right thinking

That makes sense… yes?

So, we want to keep it simple...

because we don’t want difficult moving parts that are hard to maintain or make.

That makes us less “eager” to look for other easy opportunities

It needs to consist of independent parts...

so that if one part doesn’t work, we can replace it easily with something else without abandoning the complete system, and again start looking for the next shiny object.

No information overwhelm...

you need to know exactly what to do and when to do it.

No questioning yourself, only execute the next logical step.

And it needs to be proven...

so that we don’t have to reinvent the wheel, and throw away time, effort and money…

It has to focus on delivering quality...

so that once we have a customer…he or she only wants more of what you have to offer.

Again…makes sense right?

Okay, let's look at that blueprint.

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