Oh! I do like this expression. How do we solve large problems or answer large questions? Break the question into as many small questions as we can.
And if we are group or a family, do the same thing. Brainstorm the question and ask everyone to contribute, “two or three (neither more or less) specific things” about how they will be affected by the big question.
Bang on time – this will be useful this weekend!
UPDATE: Bang on time again. This is an important hack to add to a manager’s quiver. 2 or 3 specific things (neither more or less) about how they will be affected by the big question!!
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