Denis Waitly-in Seeds Greatness (1983)- exposes a shocking research results. It is said that 60 percent of our worries are actually fundamental, absolutely no fear that never became reality. As much as 20 percent of the errors we were focused on the past, entirely outside of our control. While 10 percent of our concern is based on things that are so trivial so it doesn't make a difference in our lives. Of the remaining 10 percent, only 4 to 5 per cent fear it deems reasonable. This Denis Statistics was showed that any time or energy we devote to it concerns completely pointless and unproductive 95 percent, even as it places that make us reluctant to start something.
Lessons can be drawn from the above research is, if you've started something (obviously based on careful consideration) is turning off all chances to come back. Some of the "appeal" that attracts us to return is nostalgic attachment to the mind and the success of the past and may still be relived with all its convenience. The appeal of such make our minds a little more collapses the guts to accept the challenge that is in our eyes. That is, words that often appear in such conditions are: "first" or "wish".
In fact, when we have to travel the route changes, go back to the beginning of the dietary restrictions unless experiencing things that are beyond human control and planning. This is what was once spoken by Isabel Moore, "life is like a one-way street. How much did change the route You traveled, no one will take you back. Whenever you acknowledge and accept that, life will seem to be much simpler. "
Started at the beginning of the year, good planning is the basis of the activity of a strong, clear vision is helping direct the activities effectively and efficiently, while the commitment to go ahead we will experience somethings that are unexpected, truthly is acceleration form for completing of the planned tasks.
In company anonymous, the results of the meetings has produced a strategic decision. It's time to execute (spelled out, socialized, and implemented) wisely. Inhibits of execution certainly will hinder the performance of the company towards better circles, let alone contemplate again carry out work that is not added. Although the principle of "No Back" is having various risks, but careful planning is the proportional to anticipate a number of risks.
Events-General Julius Caesar over at once reminiscent of an illustration of someone crossing a suspension bridge. So he came across, he took fire and burn the bridge so that though he was confronted with the beast or anything harm. He will not be back but continue to deal with it. If too heavy, just to do change the travel route. Let's "burn bridges", i.e. everything that makes us go back and retroactively to go forward. That matters not from where we started, but rather where we end up. This is what describes who we really are.