First up, one needs to discover one’s core-system.
That’s a big chunk.
We’ve spoken about it. Again and again.
Meaning, why was it required to speak about this again and again?
We have problems putting our core-system together, that’s why.
Why do we have these problems?
We fail to sort properly. What belongs in? What needs to be kicked out? We’re not able to answer these questions properly.
People, what is working? While this thing is working, are we comfortable? Yes? Lastly, is this thing looking lucrative? Yes? Keep it.
Is something not working? Kick it out.
Look for the next thing that works.
Find three or four things things that work.
Intertwine them into a core-system.
It’s that simple.
Maintain your core-system. Tweak it upon requirement. If something stops working, replace it.
Yeah, even maintenance is that simple.
When will we acknowledge that…
… the best things in life are not complicated or sophisticated, but…