Six rules for analyzing what we can know about opportunity potential at a distance.
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This article explains how we can judge best opportunities by their surface charactertistics. Understanding strategic distance helps us eliminate some opportunities that are unlikely to be successful, but there are other other series opportunity flaws that we must not overlook. Most high-probability opportunities are near-by, but not all near-by opportunities offer us a high-opportunity of success. Just because an opportunity is close doesn't mean it is good. While the concepts of distance and proximity are the simplest and easiest ways to filter out bad opportunities, we need more tools to help us determine which opportunities are likely to be best.