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going back to the drawing board




THE HARDEST DECISION IN LIFE IS SOMETIMES KNOWING WETHER I SHOULD GIVE UP OR TRY HARDER.

BUT WHAT IF THE BEST PATH FORWARD WAS TO RETURN TO THE DRAWING BOARD.


The idea of the "Drawing Board" can be seen as the place where the plan was formulated.

This plan was formulated from the Experience & Education you had that pertained to that objective or agenda "at that time". Upon attempting to implement that plan you found yourself facing unexpected obstacles & this is the place where many people have found themself frustrated, confused & discouraged.


The common question that most people visit at this point is -

"Do i give up or Try harder"?

This question is known as One of the Most Difficult Life Questions to Answer.


Today i want you to consider > what if those weren't the only 2 options.

Too often people AVOID RETURNING to the drawing board & try to FORCE their plan because of what they've made "returning to the dressing board" mean.


Did you not know that it's Healthy to return to the drawing board & adjust the plan that was formulated? Understanding that the plan was initially structured on the Education & Experience we had at that time > it's being responsible to return to the drawing board as often as necessary when new & impactful data or experience is collected. This approach helps us not to give up when we shouldn't or try harder when we don't need to. Maybe it's time to try this Stress Less approach to strategically reaching your goals.


Properly utilizing the Drawing Board means keep drawing so that you can stop Drifting


KEEP DRAWING

Contrary to popular beliefs - returning to the Drawing Board doesn't mean you've failed or need to start over. It can often mean that you've acquired some new & necessary data that you think would benefit the plan if strategically added. Hopefully from here on out you don't wait until frustrated to visit the drawing board > remember: Failure to continually update the plan is often how we set ourselves up for failure or frustration.


STOP DRIFTING

Returning to the Drawing Board *Often is how we stay connected to the core values & intention that the plan was built on. This is important because- Drifting away from the core values & intention can open the door for unnecessary complications to enter our experience. To keep our journey as enjoyable as possible, it's a good idea to check-in often with our plan so we can stay aligned & update often to stay efficient.


MAYBE DON'T GIVE UP, DON'T TRY HARDER

just simply RETURN TO THE DRAWING BOARD & update the plan of action.


TODAY

Consider something that you are presently working on & ask yourself, "have i learned anything new that i can add to my plan of approach that could benefit this initiative?

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