This afternoon, I was talking with my colleagues about managing risk in our system and how introducing too many changes can lead to a lot of risk. I pointed out that the less changes we make, the less risk, though unfortunately, the less rewards.
One even pointed out that too much risk-taking eventually led to the fall of a certain company, which I will not mention here. Hehe.
Four hours later after arriving home, I was thinking of what I said and realized it applies to a lot of things, especially outside of work.
Less changes. Less risk. Less rewards.