The most interesting part of this list of twelve items (aside from the natural wit, wisdom and laughable insights) are the distinct two-sided comment response from the readers.
Group 1 – find it brilliant (mostly marketers, writers and sales forces of manufacturers). Group 2 – (scientists, engineers, academics and researchers) find it very scary and intimidating and outlandish.
Why is that?
Group 1 – Marketers want to see results, get things done. After all, the project’s completion means they get paid. Yet, sometimes ideas are half baked. So taking it slower, spending just a bit more time , might produce better results.
Group 2 -the others – i.e. Engineers – ( experiential suggestions: because I am the daughter of one, married to one and have befriended many) suffer from thinking and pondering which postpones done. Delay and rumination also means they get contracted and paid more. Maybe taking this list with a grain of salt might actually help them get things done. Yes, safety is paramount, but first, get started with some plans.