Saturday, February 25, 2012
Don't Get Caught by "WHAT-IF"...
"What" and "if" are two of the most used words in the lexicon. But when we put "what" and "if" together, it becomes the adjective "WHAT-IF" which is also a supposition describing an hypothetical scenario.
But if you're someone who takes life, and everyone around you for granted, the adjective "WHAT-IF" can and will influence you to make a bad decision, that will probably come back to haunt you at some point and time in your life. If you're anything like me, in the sense of the way I live my life. You'll make sure the adjective "WHAT-IT" don't come back to haunt you in the future. You'll make sure you don't get caught by
As we continue to live our lives, evolve and explore on a daily basis. It's up to us as individuals to make sure there never comes a time when we've to use the adjective "WHAT-IT" in a regrettable manner. The adjective "WHAT-IF" is a supposition that may never happen.
Don't make a final decision base on something that might never happen. Take "WHAT-IF" into consideration when you're making a decision, but don't let it drives your decision making. "WHAT-IF" can be hindering, or be very compelling. Either way I think it can and will impact your decision making negatively. "WHAT-IF" this and that, or such and such happen, or don't happen. To me making a decision base on "WHAT-IF" is like telling someone that you don't know how to make a decision. Prepare for the worse. Always expect the best. Don't get caught by "WHAT-IT."