The base value system is a simple technique I’ve developed to be able to strip away all the words describing a service and get to the essence of it in verb-noun pairs. Apart from forcing a certain level of clarity, base values are also the basis for applying analogical reasoning to services as part of a method called This is Like That or TILT. It’s like tilting your head while looking at a service with a bit of curiousty and letting the realization appear like a rainbow.
Now, as I review the draft of my book, to identity parts I need to cut out, because there is too much material, I’m wondering if should leave in TILT or keep it out for some other time in future. Below are screenshots of some of the sections as displayed on the Ulysses app I’m using for writing and editing.