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11 August 2005


Michelangelo Celli

This definition seems fairly esoteric to me. I don't think most serious business men running their companies would know what to do with "A mental tapestry of changing intentions for harmonizing and focusing our efforts as a basis for realizing some aim or purpose"...I could be wrong.

But if I may be so bold - how about something like: "Strategy is your plan - or more correctly your set of plans - to bring about your personal version of harmony (or "objective" if you like)."

I think something like this might be more understandable and actionable. Thoughts?

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