When to change the plan?
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Honestly I wouldn’t be the best person to answer this question but I do believe my intuition and my heart never lead me wrong. I’m working on a project at home which I’ve spent months researching and planning. Once I begin to execute my plan and experimenting with it, I got it right once, and every other time it was a disaster (lets just say it’s a consumable product ). I thought to my self, “I can’t do this!” I tried again and again, another disaster…lol I refused to give up and chalk all that time up to nothing. So I started looking at ways I could salvage all the knowledge gained during the process to still be successful. Once I took that journey it led me in a new direction for my project. This new direction is related to my original idea, but it’s simpler to get off the ground and allows for more growth opportunities in the future. After all that rambling here’s how I sum it up:
“I starting working on an idea and spent months researching, then failed. That failure led me to an even better idea that has more room for growth. The piece I failed on is now Phase II of my master plan. It wasn’t all for nothing…”