Look for the real bottom line....


What do you think when people say ‘just give me the bottom line’: you most likely start thinking about the cost or basic facts of something, but sometimes things are not that simple.  That’s why it’s best to ask questions and investigate further, engage in real due process and discovery, and collect and consider everything before deciding anything of consequence. Don’t get caught up in and fooled by false news or too few facts: do your homework, take your time, and consider everything.  The important things in life are not just a series of calculations or a sum total of statistics or facts, they’re about experience and participation, the things that are more complex and interesting than what’s obvious or first surmised. We’re often inundated by rumors, innuendo and suppositions: take the time needed to get all the information you need to make informed and good decisions today.

Daniel Libeskind (b. 1946): Polish-American architect, artist, professor and set designer