When do you know when you should hop into a new venture? How do you know if what you’re doing is the “right” thing to do?
Well, my friends I don’t think you do. I do think, however, that you can pay attention to the consequences though.
That’s how I’ve learned to think about things.
I also think it’s kind of important to tell you why I’ve started to think about things in this way.
Television is great at promoting individuals with abilities that “regular” humans don’t have. They make note of those people who can see into the future and plan out every single step they plan to make.
I do not think this is the most effective way to live life.
I have tried to do it though.
It makes your movements choppy and causes you to doubt everything you know about your actions.
We can’t see the future, but we can protect ourselves against it. To an extent.
We can hedge.
We can pay attention to history.
Human nature doesn’t change – this is why i find it so important to pay attention to history.
This is why people read history books. It’s why they pay attention to their mistakes. It’s why I made this website. It’s all to promote foresight.
With that being said, it’s very hard to see the future.
*believe me, I’ve tried.
All you can do is hedge against it and learn from your mistakes.
*another thought is that you can learn from mentors. I find that to be helpful at times.
To answer my question at the beginning of this post. It’s time to move onto something else when you feel that it’s time to move on to something else. Pay attention to the signs. Are things the same as they were last time it was time to move on to something else? If so, move on to something else.
*Statistics is a helpful tool