What’s an OODA Loop and How Can It Help You to Be More Successful?

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OODA? What’s that?

An OODA Loop is one of the most effective ways of resolving, creating or reaching a goal. Indeed, this decades-old military strategy, which was designed by military planner John Boyd, is reportedly the secret behind the development of Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You” song (and millions of dollars’ worth of success that accompanied it).

So What Exactly Is an OODA Loop?

OODA is an acronym that stands for:

  • Observe;
  • Orient;
  • Decide; and
  • Act.

It is referred to as a loop because it is meant to be done as part of a cycle (originally, it was designed to be applied to the combat operations process). Today, OODA is used in everything from military decisions to litigation to business planning and more.

Essentially, the idea is that all actions are based on decisions, and all decisions are based on observations (which are then processed in order for decisions to be made). Over the next few days, we will be digging deeper into the four individual components of OODA, and exploring how you can apply them to your own life and business decisions for heightened success. Stay tuned! In the meantime, check out the link below!

What is an OODA Loop?

 

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