Flexible Thinking

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You can stop even if you decide once.

“I can’t help it. Let’s follow a different plan. Hopefully, it works, and if it doesn’t work, I’ll try this one.”

With this kind of thinking, there is almost no damage.

And most of daily life is “If this doesn’t work, You’ll try another way”. For example, there are household chores, travel, room redesign, and car purchases. Even if you say “Let’s do this”, you don’t have to worry if you change the plan if problems arise.

It’s the same for work, and if it doesn’t work, just change the plan. In cases where time is wasted or costs are wasted, the more damage you can identify, the less damage will occur.

Rather, sticking to a decision once and sticking to it will spread the wound.