The Life And Work That Goes Totally With Its Plan is Not Challenging

JoshuaClayton By JoshuaClayton, 9th Jan 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Imagine this, everything goes fine in some ways, but that one thing at the end of your efforts messes up and goes wrong, then you have to do some things to correct that one thing. Sometimes it will lead to something better, sometimes the good has to be looked for in the situation that does not go to plan. But if you are successful or if you "seemingly" fail, the good is ultimately there if you work enough for it and work smartly, patiently and in an alert way.

I remember today. It did not go to plan exactly, but, I still benefitted.

Today, I had a meeting, was late for something else I had to do after the meeting, and it ended up all right ultimately, because I got what I needed to do, done although it did not go how I wanted it to go.

My advice: Even if some things do not go to plan, it can ultimately lead to something better. It only leads to something worse if you let it. Let me explain. What I mean by the words "something worse if you let it" is if you quit trying to get good out of a situation, it will simply turn bad, very bad unless you use your creativity and persistence to make it ultimately good. Some of the greatest successes have come after horrible failures and seemingly wrong choices that did not go to plan. To give and obvious example, how 3M company made their post-it notes out of a glue that would not work for anything else but sticking paper to surfaces or how the Sony walkman was invented out of a tape recorder that would not record, so the company added headphones and created the idea of a personal stereo. Indeed, right or wrong, "correct" or "incorrect", good can be created from bad, and plans do not have to go exactly to plan for you to benefit.


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I am a freelance writer based in Inglewood, California, USA. I used to write under a few aliases, but now I have nothing to hide and write mostly under my own name. I write mostly on self-help topics.

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9th Jan 2014 (#)

Wise words

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