“Entrepreneurs cannot anticipate failure – anticipation cultivates a frozen state.” Darla D Hancock, The Social Market LLC
If you learn from doing, that means you learn… from something done right or [done] wrong…
I spent [sometimes hours a day] practicing the saxophone most of my growing up years. Obviously, my ultimate goal was to succeed. To learn the right techniques. To seek the right attitude. To establish the right discipline to be better myself and my skills. If I were to anticipated failure every time I practiced, even the strongest of determination would outweigh the hope that survives in possibility.
Once and a while, I would turn my saxophone sideways, like a flute. As you can imagine, holding a saxophone like a flute makes it difficult to play. I knew that holding a saxophone up could only last so long – physically and audibility. But, I always enjoyed returning to the proper posture. I was quickly reminded where my comfortableness was and what I needed to re-examine. Sometimes, that [lighthearted] break brought back a refreshing comfortably and confidence.
Whether you practice to get better or practice purposelessly wrong, practice never makes perfect — practice always makes permanent. As well, a negative attitude and avoidance don’t just keep mistakes or disappointments at a distance, they can become the permanent stationary state.
Powerful people cannot be stationary.
Determination needs to drive entrepreneurs to move in a positive direction. Once in a while, practice looking at things from a different direction. Be a mover of imagination. Be a mover of goals. Be a mover and learn. Be a mover who practices positive motion.
Fellow mogul, be a mover.
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“Powerful people cannot be stationary.” Darla #beamover #areuserious @SocialMarketLLC
“Entrepreneurs cannot anticipate failure.” Darla #beamover #areuserious @SocialMarketLLC
“Determination is a choice that produces outcome.” Darla D Hancock #ImbeddedMogul @SocialMarketLLC
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