This is stupid statement as there will never be a scenario where you come off better than the wall.
The reason I asked the question though is that many of us feel like we are at a dead-end or have run into a wall.
well, if you have then there is only one thing you can do. pick yourself up, turn around and go back the way you came.
You will never get through the wall with just your bare hands.
So why waste the time and effort trying?
Turn around take a few steps back and reassess what led you to the point where it all stopped.
More often than not it was panic that causes us to do things or react in certain ways.
When you make a rash decision you could find yourself face up against a wall.
Planning is the main tool yo can use to avoid this.
Whenever you are about to embark on a new project, look at the next steps for your company or career or assess an opportunity it will always come down to planning.
Do you have the correct info to make an informed decision? Do you have the right people around you? Do you have have the right tools or financial backing to do what it is you are planning to? Have you got all the information, especially the risks of the action you about to take? Do you know what the competitors are doing or have done? There are probably a few more vital questions but I think you get the point.
The last point, which is probably the most important, do you have the ability to pul the plug if the data suggests it’s not a good idea? If you are already doing something and the data suggests you should stop, can you?
This is the hardest part – because it may be seemed as failing, but it is not, its learning! You have learnt what not to do, you have researched and avoided what could be a mistake if you continued.
You will often be faced with a wall. How you decide to navigate this will set you up for success or failure.
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