How easy it is for us to get stuck in situations. sure even after you have tried quite possibly a million ways to make things work out - in family, relationships, studies, work, and i could go on, yet it wasn’t working out? But yet we still live in that zone. ‘Moving on’ is something we have not properly mastered yet, we get stuck. part of moving on is letting go but that’s a different story for some other day.
This is true that one truly learns from his/her own experiences in life. Everything you apply in life is learnt from somewhere, and we gain more when we apply them from experience and how do we do get that experience, from doing things, making mistakes and trying to do better the next time, but that’ll only happen when we move on to the next thing ‘if something isn’t working out’.
Things go wrong, they become right and then it could go wrong again, change is the only constant, recalibrate and move on.
We get stuck in the jobs we don’t like, we get stuck in the relationships (personal and professional) that we can’t provide with or receive any value from, i think it’s really all in the mindset, we are scared to move on, we become too comfortable to go for the next move, what if we fail again? what if that doesn’t work out again?
Everything in life, if a situation, relationship or work is not improving everyday there really is no middle point, it’s bound to go downhill. You either keep improving(moving on) or deteriorating(getting stuck).
Sure, not getting the outcome you want can be tough. I’m not pretending otherwise. The key, though, is to not let this setback keep you from moving forward.
In career and in life so far I’ve stumbled upon numerous scenarios in my work where things didn’t work out, even after you have a tried because you need to keep in mind you can’t try and fix something and get stuck fixing it all your life, you need to find the next thing to do to get unstuck and move on.
Things go wrong, they become right and then it could go wrong again, change is the only constant, recalibrate and move on. There is no point frowning over missed opportunities just because we failed to act on time - move on, there are and will always be opportunities coming your way as long as you keep moving forward. That is what I believe.