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over-analyze and "scientific approach"

Discussion in 'Tracking' started by watermelonman, Oct 17, 2013.

  1. watermelonman

    watermelonman Affiliate affiliate

    hey Charles,
    yes you are right on by pointing out that I was over-analyzing in my post "constant or variable"...I myself realized I was over analyzing when making that post lol

    But the problem is that I can't help it. I was reading Tom's POF guide and got the impression that it's a scientific approach. Look at how much attention he pays for all the details, all the variables etc etc.

    I was once told by a veteran that this "SCIENTIFIC APPROACH" was not the best way to do it...what's your take on this? Is your approach "scientific" or not?

    thanks a million!!!
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  3. charles_ngo

    charles_ngo Affiliate affiliate

    I haven't read Tom's guide.

    Everyone has their own method. Mine is very scientific, at the same time I believe in the 80/20 rule and focusing on testing the most important elements.

    It's important to be able to distinguish the most important elements vs. the least important. Think about a shoe factory. Being efficient means being able to make 1,000 pair of shoes a day. Being effective means knowing whether or not those shoes are even in demand.
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