There's Always A Way
I don’t believe in impossible situations.
There’s always something you can do. It may not work, but you can do something, anything in order to change a situation.
It reminds me of a scene from one of the newer Star Trek movies. Captain Kirk was faced with an impossible situation in a training exercise.
He knew that Spock had designed the program to be unwinnable. There was simply no way that anyone could change the outcome and win.
So Kirk cheated.
He got into the program and changed the parameters to make it easy for him to win. And he did.
When there was an investigation, Kirk’s position was that it’s unethical and dishonest to create a program that prohibits the player from winning.
I think Kirk was right.
You may not be able to reprogram reality, but there’s always something you can do to change and improve your situation.
I was working on a graphic for an ad this morning. I was having trouble with the sizing of the pic and getting the dang thing to upload properly.
It seemed like everything I tried ran into another roadblock of some kind, and I was having fits trying to figure it out.
That’s the way online marketing goes.
You’re always gonna run into things that don’t seem to make sense. You’ll take an action that doesn’t work, and then do what seems to be exactly the same thing, and it works perfectly.
It can drive you crazy, but there’s always a way to overcome any challenge you face.
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