Were Do I Start?

Last Update: January 26, 2017

I have been asking myself this question over and over in the last few weeks. I seem to run into some road blocks every now and then. My mind starts playing tricks on me so I begin to follow it and lose focus on the "BIG PICTURE."

What is the "BIG PICTURE" and what is it all about?

I'm sure i am no the only one here that falls into that rut. Seems like nothing is going in the right direction and we lose focus Then when we realize what just happens, the hole starts getting deeper.

Were do I start to get things back on track?

What I did was cleared my plate by looking at what has been working and what is still sitting on the ground. The stuff on the ground may have been laying there for quit some time. I keep tripping over it and falling on my face. Next step, pick it all up and find a trash can. Everything that has never worked or has had little success finds a new home.

Then I started look at what was working. How well did it work? If it only worked a few time, it may have no life left. If it worked really well, then ask. How long did it work? A short time, a few months, or is it still on track. Is it still working? If you find it's still working then stick with it. If not, its time for a new home as well.

Take all that remains and start over. Refine some small detail that just doesn't look right. One idea I see a lot of folks doing. Go right back to the start. After all, if you find something work and is falling just a little short. A new beginning may very well be the start of something AWESOME.

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brooksbode90 Premium
That 'new beginning' can make a world of sense once it's necessary. Thank you, Ken.
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brooksbode90 Premium
Some wise advice there, Ken, thank you.
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sag3 Premium
Thank You for visiting and leaving the comment.
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sag3 Premium
That is how I work and guide others when they hit a rough patch.
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Ivine Premium
Hi, all your work and energy fits into the big picture of success. Irv.
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sag3 Premium
So true Ivine..
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