Things will not always go according to plan. In fact, they rarely do. The key then is for you to have the ability to make the best of all scenarios. If you prepare for anything that could go wrong, you’ll be able to handle unexpected mishaps in stride.
View Failure as Progress
Not every technique you attempt will yield spectacular results. Don’t be too quick to delete these early attempts though. Instead, use them as a springboard to propel you to the next step. If there is even a small piece of wisdom that comes from these trials, it was a success. As Thomas Edison said, “I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.”