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In a recent discussion with a we [viagra in india] made an observation on the topic of progress.   Things that look like they are working, appear to be stable.   However, from another viewpoint that very same subject is stagnant. Which camp do you live in? I’d say I [mostly] live in the viewing things as stagnant camp (it’s nice and cozy in my camp, won’t you come join me?).   I’m not trying to say there is anything wrong about believing and adhering to things that we know already work (stable), but what I am trying to say is that we can use stable as a platform to continually achieve better. If you live over in stable-ville, you’re probably asking questions like:

  • Why change it if it already works?
  • We’ve done this before, let’s just do it that way, it’s safer (why would we possibly introduce risk!?).
  • We made money doing this the last time, if we do it the same way, we’ll make money doing it again.
I admit, you ask great questions.   It’s hard to viagra in india win an argument against [apparent] concrete profitability. Here are my sentiments, however, in response to those questions. First you must assume that things can always get and be better.   I’m not asking to make huge sweeping changes and walk away.   Rather, embrace the stable approach, incrementally make changes, measure, rinse and repeat. Of course, if things seem to be broken, or you seem to have hit some ceiling (most likely artificial), you may need to take a step back, and take a completely alternative approach. Viagra in india the key to making change to any subject for the sake of improvement is measuring.   Know what it is you’re trying to optimize, measure it, make the change, and measure it again.   That is the only way to know if you actually got better, worse, or had no impact at all.   (In a slightly related note, Steve McConnell, in Code Complete 2 drove this into my skull at least 50 times during his performance tuning chapters, and I agree whole-heartedly). Oh, and on that profitability question?  You better always be changing (don’t forget to measure!) otherwise you’re gonna get leapfrogged into oblivion and your competitor that you didn’t even know existed is going to be raking in all your cash.   Likewise with risk.   If you’re not taking risks and just sitting in your comfort zone, you’re probably not growing as an organization or as an individual. For me, it’s all about continuous improvement.   Don't let stable be the enemy of change viagra in india, strive for improvement. If you’re not getting better, you’re getting worse… right?


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