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When planning a task, look at as many possible outcomes as possible. Look at any possible negative outcomes and develop another plan to handle that situation should it occur. Once you have set a task in motion, do all that you know that you possibly can do to achieve result that you desire. Pay attention to detail. Look for opportunities that may arise and take advantage of ones that are most beneficial.
When you have thought your plan through and have done “everything” that “you inwardly” know you can do, then believe that outcome will happen as you have planned, thank God, Universal spirit or whatever you want to call It. Then release your emotions from outcome and act “as if” your desired result has already occurred.
Never doubt outcome. Never worry if outcome will meet “your specific parameters.” If outcome is not what you desire, you can try again, if you so choose. Pay closer attention to details. Learn from what happened and then repeat process mentioned above.
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