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Truth #1 – The Theory of Discovery, Concepts

Value as a function of Discovery equals Traction without Chaos or Loss

Truth #1 – The Theory of Discovery, Concepts. Counterintuitively, pursuit of Value is the elimination of Filler C(f) and Chaos C(c); as Filler and Chaos fall to zero, Value = 1.  Or, simply put:  
Value = the Pursuit of Traction and the Elimination of Chaos
If you’re part of a B2B Company, you might relate to it this way:
Value = Traction without Escalation
If you’re part of a B2C Company, you might relate to it this other way:
Value = Traction without Loss
In the mobile app world, the average use of an app is less than 1 minute.  Only 1% of apps created have a positive return.  Google’s Play store has 3.8m apps.  Given these facts, what are the values of:  C(v) =  1 - C(f) - C(c)
C(v) =  .01    and    C(f) + C(c) = .99 !!!
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