Literally: ripen – thought – sever – go
Alternately: Thinking over a matter fully and carefully, and then taking decisive action. Instead of jumping the gun with rash action or dithering in eternal indecision, taking the best of both worlds. Something a chief executive is supposed to be capable of.
Notes: This compound is related to 思慮分別, with increased emphasis on the decisive follow-through that follows the deep and thorough thought.
Tokugawa Ieyasu, by Kanō Tan’yū [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
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