How does one discover the missing ingredient?
By chancing it.
One keeps trying different mixes…
…till something hits.
The hit is then fine-tuned…
…such that it is reproduced again and again.
Once the hit can be reproduced at will, one has got the strategy all together.
A successful strategy is then let loose.
At first it is on manual.
Ultimately, it comes on auto, or semi-auto, whatever best is possible.
There has come and passed a stage, when this same strategy has not been winning.
What is the difference between the mix of that stage and the current – winning – mix?
It’s some kind of a twist you’ve discovered.
Something you are adding, or doing differently.
This something is making the strategy win.
You’ve kept trying.
You’ve been in the field.
You weren’t away from the field, ruminating.
You were getting action.
Losing action, but action.
Losing action has huge educational value.
It tells you how not to do it.
You keep twisting, fitting, tuning, upon loss.
You chance new stuff.
Eventually, something clicks.
You develop that something further and take it to the nth.
Where does that leave you?
You have to keep chancing it.
There is no way around this.
Make funds available for the R&D.
Have the courage.
Don’t be afraid of a hundred losses.
Winning is around the corner.