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What’s Right Is What Works
“Don’t worry about the “right” way, worry about the right way. This is how we get things done.”
Very often we try to do everything too perfectly. We focus on how things are supposed to be, what methods we ought to use, we wait for the best conditions. In this way we limit ourselves. It is much better to think outside of the box, to use available methods, to ask for forgiveness rather than permission, or even ignore some outdated rules or law.
We don’t have to go from point A to point B in a straight line like we were taught at school. There are many ways. We have to adapt to the current situation, compromise to the conditions. Act and progress.
Principles to follow
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