Every time we try to do something, there’s always a chance something might happen that we don’t like.
Similarly, in most climates, sometimes the sun shines and sometimes we get rain. If it’s only sunny all the time, you are living in a dry desert.
The same pattern holds true when it comes to your projects.
There are some projects that are hard to do by yourself. Especially if it is something to do with special knowledge such as carpentry, mountain climbing or medicine.
Occasionally, other people are necessary for your progress. But other people are not perfect, unfortunately. They do make mistakes whether you like it or not.
In order not to freak out when things go awry, a certain attitude has to be adopted. Keep on track. Don’t get sidelined by trouble.
If the apple cart is upset, all you can do is pick up the apples and put them back on the cart. You don’t start flinging apples. It’s just a waste of energy!
Perfectionism is a stupid goal. It will the thwart your progress.
Perfectionism, not apples, needs to be thrown out the window, unless you desire a nervous breakdown.
I’m learning about the risk-reward ratio in life. Little improvements do add up over time.
You need to be patient with other people, but mainly you must be patient with yourself.
Every little progress also deserves a little reward. Persistence demands it.
Don’t forget to reward yourself when you find yourself doing what you know you should do.
Don’t freak out when things aren’t as perfect as you wish.
If you stay on the path towards progress, the desired outcome will be there waiting for you. No excuses, keep climbing until congratulations are in order!🌹