Good process leads to positive effect.
When we create process, sometimes we create nets and sometimes we create streams.
When are nets better than streams, and when are streams preferred.
I tend to prefer streams over nets for the most part because a stream-like process leads to flow and steady change, whereas a net often serves to catch rather than develop.
Yet, there's room for finely crafted nets to catch the unwelcome.
But some nets halt the stream, diminish flow, and purify the stream so much that there is little left for good growth, intersection, or flow.
Nets, streams. . .what other constructs do you include in your process, your process that leads to best effect. I'm thinking about this.