9.3 The rule of three. Summary

by | Aug 24, 2023 | Blog | 0 comments

Less is more!

Congratulations on being a Master’s student in Industrial Engineering and Management! You are on your way to gaining the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in this ever-evolving field. As you embark on this journey, it is essential to keep in mind the rule of three.

In a previous blog, you read about the importance of reducing your brainstorming outcomes to only three answers to the question, “How are you going to achieve your dream?” Applying this principle can help you achieve maximum results by focusing on the most important variables in a process. This approach helps you discover the red thread of your story. Knowing the read thread sharpens your focus. Your story becomes clear to you and easier to explain. It helps you keep things simple and understandable. This makes it easier for your listener to understand you.

As a Master’s student, you have a lot on your plate. You are probably juggling coursework, research, and other responsibilities, making it easy to get overwhelmed. This is where the rule of three comes in handy. The assignments in the previous blog help you apply this principle to your life.

Remember, many small steps get you a long way. If you get your priorities right, you can get to your destination in 20 steps rather than 100. Look at your own life right now. What can you change to save time and maintain fun? You can achieve far more than you can imagine. Start with reading “Design Your Future.”




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