When it comes to information, we have a natural tendency to presume that more is better. We plan for longer, we collect more notes, and we delay action.
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This is similar to a point Clausewitz made in On War. In a battle, an analytical commander is at a disadvantage because there’s either too much or not enough information (or too much misinformation) to come to a decision. He argued that the best commander is able to make an intuitive decision, and make it quickly.

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