Sometimes We Have to learn on the job.

We, a lot of times, obsess on being experts and perfect every time.

We always hear that everyone has to start somewhere, but we never listen.

In every plan we put forward, once there’s a sign of failure, we go back and plan again.

We just want a clear cut plan, from start to finish.

We read and study all the success stories from others and assume that they always had a great plan.

We get frustrated when some of them didn’t have these privileges we have now.

Because we don’t bother with their real story, we just want to overdo them without walking the path they took.

And we end up more frustrated because they don’t seem to be bothered by our efforts; instead, they just keep doing what they do best.

The truth is that we are just scared of taking initiative for our own lives.

We fail to realize that, the more we plan, the more we are going to see others executing our ideas.

We will act surprised because we don’t even tell anyone what the plan is.

Hence we shall see something wrong every time some gets in front of us in any race.

Do not get me wrong, having a plan is always a good start.

However, at some point, a plan needs to be tested, not theoretically but in practice.

We’ll be surprised that things we thought were not going to work, are actually the real reasons everything else will work.

We can also learn that there is no such thing as an overnight success.

You will never know your job until you start doing it.

At the end of the day, nothing can ever buy experience.