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Analysing Feasibility

Analysing Feasibility

Assessing the feasibility of a plan can help one to Understand the motivations behind their actions, allowing us to understand the situation, find the right direction, and adopt a flexible and adaptable way of handling things.

Imagine a business negotiation where one party carefully analyses the feasibility of a proposed partnership. By understanding the other party's motivations and objectives, they can identify potential areas of synergy and collaboration. This analysis can be the difference between a successful partnership and a missed opportunity. 

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