It’s often about asking *then what?* If this, *then what? *

If you get the paperwork and it says this, *then what?* If it says that, *then what?* If it says this AND that, *then what?* If is says neither this NOR that, *then what?*

The problem occurs when the answer to *then what? *is an assumption. In which case, maybe a series of *then what’s?* is required.

Let’s assume A points to B and B points to C. *Then what?*

What if A points to B and B points to D, *then what?*

What if A points to E, *then what?*

What if A points to F and F points back to A, *then what?*

*Then what? Then what? Then what?*

*Then what* needs to have a definite answer.

But what if it doesn’t have a definite answer?* Then what? *

Then it needs to be asked again until you have a definite answer.

But what if there is no definite answer? *Then what?*

Then you have to assess the risk-reward, the cost-benefit, the return on investment.

*Then what?*

Then you take a chance.

*Then what?*

That’s it.

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