Operationalizing Ability

“Ideas not coupled with actions never become bigger than the brain cells they occupy.”

–Arnold H. Glasgow

When you have logic to decide a course of action, you need to operationalize that action for success. Operationalizing is the ability to take a concept/idea that is supported by logically determined facts and put it into action in an organized way.

In building a house, there are pictures and blueprints that allow for visualization of what the house should look like and a set of blueprints that need to be put into action for the house to become a reality. The pictures and blueprints increase the builders’ chance of a successful operationalization.

Now the building of the house begins but the operationalizing requires ...

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