The Best Actions Are Thought Out The Best

Life and existence are not everything. Like the best actions and plans that are executed in a perfect way the better your plan is, the more patient you’re willing to be, and the more realist you are. The higher the quality of the outcomes are. Indeed, without patience planning, planning, repeatable results and realistic thinking you must think about permanent failure being an option. To achieve success, in a realistic way repeated without depending on luck requires the ability to be patient, planning and a realistic approach at the very least. All avenues of failure explored in the Thomas Edison “fail ten thousand times at creating the light bulb” style manner at minimum. In the worst case, scenarios, the actions are not well thought out and executed without planning that are purely based on luck with having the courage to fail to permanent success.

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In this regard I can’t help but think of the child who kicked the seed in order for it to grow faster and grow into a plant instead of watering, feeding and cultivating the plant.

In the end, if you are not satisfied with the results patience, understanding, and tolerance always works like watering, feeding cultivating, and allowing time to accomplish the work in reality.

Let me tell you, I’d rather always fail, be aware of everything that could fail, then succeed , knowing all the downfall factors, failure triggers, and “pot holes” than to succeed once through luck and have no idea how to duplicate the success.

The best actions and results are thought of the best absolutely. This in a reality is what I am taking every sentence to explain. To be repeatable, success requires a thorough and realistic comprehension of where failure occurs and how it happens. It is not any other way than practicing then succeeding.

It’s true that “normal people” want “something for nothing” as is evident by the amount of money that is spent on national and state lottery tickets. But, it is that “abnormal person” willing to do the work that is unique, even though the “special status” is genuinely work-intensive and acquired by trial and error and willingness to invest the time, effort and wisdom to consistently succeed. Only those few constitute the true “one percent”, and the “normal people” that are the “ninety nine percent” that depend on luck and luck that cannot be repeated or realistically inclined.

Do we not all want? Even if we’re eager to do our best, do we really wish for the same thing? To get past “wishing”, we must give backing. That, as it were is where I am trying to get my point across. You can rely on luck to get something that cannot normally be repeated. Make an effort and gain understanding, and repeat genuinely. That is the bottom line in the real world, and the main choice of existence.

My name is Joshua Clayton, I am an author who freelances from Inglewood, California. I also write under various pen names and aliases, however Joshua Clayton is my real name, and I write under that name for the most part now. I am a philosophical writer and objective thinker and honest, active taker. I also work in an elderly center which is located in Gardena, California as my day job, among other things, but primarily I am a writer.

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