DAY 3 OF 30 OF 30 DAYS OF LIFE LESSONS
First I like to start this post with an apology. I broke the rule by failing to make this post, I gave way to fatigue and did slip and in turn giving way to sleep. I have no excuse whatsoever!. I AM SORRY about this and the penalty for this is certainly churning out two posts today.
So quickly I want to share lessons from my failure to make the post.
1. I am RESPONSIBLE for everything : If it is to be, it's up to me. There is no excuse. If it fails or it succeeds "it's me", I answer for it, I am the CAPTAIN of my ship. The nature of the ship might vary per time- a blog or website, a project team, my organization, or even a volunteer group. I am the captain of the ship, the nature of the ship or the turbulence of the winds doesn't change the fact, that I am responsible for setting the sail of the ship. It is my responsibility and I own up to it.
2. THE SUCCESS OF EVERYTHING LIES IN STICKING WITH THE PLAN. Life is planning and Planning is essential to Life. For success to be systemized, there must be a well though-outplan. When the plan is fool-proof it becomes more possible to be successfully executed. The first flaw here is we usually do not make our plans fail-proof if we have one or we just do not do what ever it takes to follow through.
3. Keep moving Don't Stop: At times people need to sink so much that they hit the bottom and they just can't sink further. Then at times I have a weird feeling people just fail well enough and failure gets tired of them or they just run out of failure and success finally comes smiling and hugging them with both hands wrapped around them. So if you fall rise again, do not allow failure be your undertaker but rather your teacher.