Sun Tzu's six rules for the use and misuse of setting deadlings for competitive progress.
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This article explain that, while small amounts of force and moving short distances can save time, saving time alone is not our goal. Using a small amount of force and moving short distances has advantages in safety and power, but such moves can be too small to have any effect. An move can have so little force that it creates no results. A move can cover so little distance that we do not gain any new perspective on an opportunity. In choosing actions to take advantage of an opportunity, we can waste time both by doing too much and by doing too little.