How To Not Be A Quagmire in Commerce

Striking and overblown intermittently, it is always quite mystifying how some individuals (or, by gosh, us, too) are in a quagmire and second-guessing of a decision in either our personal or professional endeavors. We rented this movie before, don’t you know, and we may still utterly bewildered how we can conclude this little play once and for all.

In particular, here are four phenomena that we grapple each and every day like:

Fate
The inevitable conclusion to an obvious solution staring us right in the face, but, inquisitively, we can’t see it until the end and the consequences may be dicey or deliciously successful. Do we possess the moxie to move forward?

Drama
Over-the-top and breathtaking that we been anticipating or holding our breath, occasionally for years in the process, but the end result is so sweet and satisfying. If we can glide all the minutia and concentrate on the real objective, whatever the objective is, then we may perceive a glimpse of smooth sailing for years to come.

Turmoil
The should’ve, could’ve, would’ve that we were either unfamiliar or tricked us into a false sense of entitlement and, suddenly, we are scrambling to behold our damage to our dismay. However, with a positive and upbeat demeanor in the approach that we are driving to achieve, the state of perplexity will vanish with new resolve and vigor.

Fortune
As always, unless we win the lottery, (and relatively soon,) the only way to real wealth is persistence, perseverance and, most of all, work efforts. If we are kind to both friends and enemies like, always take the high road and all the cords and continue our pursuit in whatever aspect we are pursuing then our riches will be both substantial and worthwhile.

Rock Solid
Wavering and indecision in any decision that is pertinent and clear will not only give we angst, and even more, regret if we thought about it too long.

Be honest. Be rock solid on our conviction. It may be difficult in our resolute along the way, but the outcome will always be truthful to our core.

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