Five rules regarding how to recognize opportunities that are too large.
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This article warns that the bigger the opportunity, the better it always appears, especially at a distance. Since opportunities are openings, a big opening seems to offer plenty of room with lots of potential. One problem is that, when it comes to identifying high-probability opportunities, openings that are too large offer many more disadvantages than advantages. This raises another challenge. How do we identify opportunities that are "too large?" In comparing opportunities, we can say which offers more area than another, but what defines "too" large?