War should be about speed.
Sessoku means, “It doesn’t matter if it’s appropriate, just do it fast. It doesn’t have to be perfect, just fast.”
End the war as soon as it is appropriate!
I have heard the above. However….
Try to prolong the war as long as possible!
I have never heard of the above.
Soldiers value speed over expediency
There has never been a time when a nation has benefited from a long war.
It is the same in the business world.
It is the same with Mercari, Yahoo! Auctions, and eBay.
People who send packages through the extremely slow speed of non-standard mail in an attempt to lower the price.
People who take too long from payment to shipping.
I judge them as “people who are not good at business”. Speed is important.
I would choose a store that delivers quickly, even if it costs a little more.
I am sure you have made such a decision too. There are many people out there who make the same decision.
This is a splendid demand.
If you put yourself in the buyer’s shoes, you will have more chances.
The Secret to Outsmarting the Smartest People
In terms of quality and quantity, you can’t beat that person.
In such a case, the secret is to beat them with speed. It is to beat them in speed.
If the due date is a week from now, submit your work the next day, even if it’s a little messy. Of course, this assumes that you will receive instructions to correct or revise your submission.
In this case, there are a few days before the deadline, so I can calmly make corrections.
In Oliver’s case, even if he spent six days frantically working on his submission, it would probably score about 60 out of 100 points. (Self-grading)
Because he submits at the last minute, he doesn’t have time to make corrections or revisions.
And the submission that should have scored 60 points is somehow graded 20 points. (Reality)
This is just an example of a strategy, and in some cases this strategy or not may not work. However, it is advantageous to have many strategies in mind.