Benjamin Franklin wisely said, “If you’re not preparing, you’re preparing to fail.”
You are preparing to fail but you are not preparing for failure, which is inevitably coming after that.
When we prepare, and we prepare for failure, then things won’t catch us by surprise. “Oh, a plateau – to be expected! How can we turn this around?”
That little attitude in that sentence is all you need when you do not get the results you wanted.
“Why are we here?”
“Why are we really here?”
Then, focus on that.
and then give them what they need.
Changing people takes time and it’s a lot easier if they trust you and if they give you their attention.
Is the work that comes after the vote.
Voting is easy. Making change is hard.
Justice served with passion is apt to be wrong. That’s why you need a dispassionate man taking over that task.
What’s absolutely thirst-quenching is bound to be wrong.