“With all things being equal,
the simplest explanation tends to be the right one.”
– William Of Occam
The above statement is commonly referred to as Occam’s “Razor”.
It’s a principle that cuts away and leaves aside, a host of potentially competing conclusions or arguments, leaving the simplest and most likely conclusion in place. (That’s why it’s called a ‘Razor’.)
As human beings, we’re great at over-complicating and over-justifying things to ourselves.
Here’s a video below which shows a remarkable breakthrough in how technology can improve (not damage) your relationship.
The same tech can be used to improve your business and life – what it shows is that sometimes the simplest solution is staring us right in the face.
Dinner For Ladies Who Don’t Lunch: Limited attendance for the annual event on May 24th. Booking here.