Wednesday, March 16, 2005
Second, is the matter of extrapolation. Or time series analysis, if you're that kind of a person. Invariably, they are a projection of the outputs, or mostly just one output, of a process. It is unfair, & perhaps wrong, to expect one time investments to yield constant output over the years. The right thing to do is, of course, to take a step back & look also at the environment in general & the inputs directly governing the process. And if you find that these have changed or dwindled, then you bring in reinforcements.
In summary, all I am saying is, irrespective of how matters stand as of now, start saying it with flowers again, the past notwithstanding.
Simplifying further, renew!
Disclaimer*: I did not think of all of this. So I am not to be blamed, fully. Understand?