Monday, October 12, 2015
The Information Forest
Information can be power and it can also be confusion.
Rather than struggling through the briers of daily events and falling down a few ravines or slipping into swamps, we are well advised to look at the main influences and how they affect our progress and direction.
This means we don't worry about who's up and who's down this week but instead consider patterns.
It is better to be wise than to be up-to-the-minute with the latest facts that often turn out to be barely factual at all.
Beware of breathless accounts. They are poor guides.
Posted by Michael Wade at 3:30 AM