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Instructional Media #2:
The best strategy
Instructional Media #2: The best strategy
The best strategy is to do nothing.
The best strategy is ready, fire, steer.
The best strategy is the one which offers the highest probability of a successful outcome, given that we cannot know the future in advance.
The best strategy is to be on the move.
The best strategy is to pick a move at random.
The best strategy is actually not to cooperate.
The best strategy is alliance.
The best strategy is to eat five or six small meals over a 12-hour period.
The best strategy is to play dumb.
The best strategy is that EVERYONE is on board, giving 110% of their best, no matter what the position.
The best strategy is to eliminate the hazard.
The best strategy is not to play the game in the first place!
The best strategy is ALWAYS to be greedy.
The best strategy is to dominate a series of discrete but preferably contiguous markets and then expand only at their edges.
The best strategy is to randomly select each of the options an equal proportion of the time.
The best strategy is to pay attention to your lifestyle and schedule your activities, as much as possible, around your body clock.
The best strategy is not "3+0+3", but "3+03".
The best strategy is to stick with the best odds.
The best strategy is to just 'run your own race'.
The best strategy is to take the win that is offered, and walk away a winner.
The best strategy is to silence any hint of dissent.
The best strategy is to run.
The best strategy is to just look out for number one.
The best strategy is patience.
The best strategy is to buy artists who have already had a solo exhibition at a leading London gallery and to split the investment portfolio between a number of artists.
Michael Day 2007 | Sourced from the results of a Google search for the term “The best strategy is” on August 23rd 2007.
Instructional Media #2: The best strategy The best strategy is to do nothing.
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