He took the analogy further:
You build the kind of boat you need to perform certain types of tasks.
You set out to sail to a specific destination.
You need to resource your ship to sustain the journey.
You have different parts of the ship performing different functions - stern, mid-ship and bow.
You have a crew.
- You have an engine room and a bridge.
Using this analogy, said Phitidis, is a profound way to simplify what you do and how you need to build your business so that it reaches its destination successfully.
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