19. If it is to your advantage, make a forward move; if not, stay where you are.

合於利而動不合於利而止

Sun Tzu

If a move is likely to be beneficial or advantageous to you, then it is worth making. However, if the circumstances are not favorable or the risks are too great, then it may be more advisable to stay where you are and wait for a better opportunity.

Only move forward if it is advantageous to the business; otherwise, stay where you are.

When making a business decision, carefully consider the potential risks and rewards. If the decision is likely to lead to an advantage for the business, it may be worth pursuing. However, if the circumstances are not favorable or the risks are too great, it may be more advisable to conserve resources and wait for a better opportunity.