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“The future is uncertain but the end is always near.” Jim Morrison

Published on 7/16/2017
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Making plans for the future is doing Sisyphus work, not planning it at all seems utterly mortifying.  Everyone should make some sort of plan; the problem is this fear of uncertainty that thwarts our will to act.

To make your resolve more adamant, compile a list of your future plans, see what you need in order to make them come true.  This one is very similar to the first list, the one with goals; the difference is, it does not have to involve your personal future.  Rather, it is list of upcoming important events, important changes in law, or upcoming trends, useful software, etc.  It will keep you well-informed and prepared, since staying updated and relevant are essential virtues for lucrative businessmen.

Every action has an equal and opposite reaction, meaning there is nothing you can do without consequences. Every attempt to be more successful usually has a set of barriers attached to it, or risks. Even though risks are inevitable, being prepared for the aftermath is always a good and necessary thing. When you plan your business incentives, or when you plan to invest in something, make sure you compose a thorough pros and cons list, as well as a list of possible negative scenarios. In the event that positive aspects outweigh the negative ones, you can be more encouraged to proceed further.

 

Make an effort to be constantly prepared for the backlash of major initiatives, and contain the possible damage. The lack of contingency implies recklessness, and it was adamantly made clear how this approach contradicts advancement. Make leaps of faith only when you have no other options to explore.

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