If we can multiply our number of experimentations, we can multiply our chances of being on to something new, something to move us, and something that is ahead of us.
Galileo Galilei once said, “Measure what is measurable, and make measurable what is not so.”
Question: Can we measure without concocting something or conducting an experiment first? I think not. Case in point: You cannot say today was a good day without first having lived the day.
The mixologist must mix before he can measure whether or not he’s on to something. He’s a chemist. He experiments. Then he tastes, measures, and pours his experiment down the drain or puts it on the menu.
It’s Monday. Mix day.