Starting and resulting points

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A path is a connector between two points in time β€” a starting point and a resulting point.

TheΒ resulting pointΒ orΒ resulting situationΒ is the outcome that comes be as a result of the progressing through the path. The better you can understand a path's outcome, the better you can create a series of steps that result in it occurring.

TheΒ starting pointΒ orΒ starting situationΒ is the set of initial conditions that have to be in place in order to make progress along the path.

The path designer consider both starting and resulting points when crafting the series of steps or stages or actions between the two, working backwards from the resulting point and forwards from the starting point.From: VPP Episode 2 (15.29)See also:Adopting situational vocabulary