A trillion years is a single drop of time in an ocean we call "forever".
Your first actual strategic move is developing a 360 degree viewpoint. Why?
Because strategy includes (1) a ranking of your assets, (2) a ranking of your opponents' assets, (3) a ranking of your liabilities, (4) a ranking of your opponents' liabilities, (5) a plan to eventually decrease your opponents' assets and increase their liabilities, and (6) a plan to increase and secure your assets while decreasing your liabilities.
Of course, everyone thinks tactics is "just detail". And that can be just completely wrong.
Tactics is the implementation of a specfic action toward a particular priority on a particular strata.
The true warrior's only real opponent is nearly always time, though even time may not be an opponent occasionally. All other opponents can be defeated in one way or another (even through simple patience), but time can eventually only be enjoyed or delayed, even with patience and accumulated knowledge.
Now, what is all this based on? Largely on Batsai (So Lim Sa, China, circa 1550 AD), the oriental martial art form based on preparation for hand-to-hand combat surrounded by eight opponents.
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