Lee Child — ‘Hope for the best, plan for the worst.’
You see, great pilots, as well as great mountain climbers, hope for the best but plan for the worst! I am doing everything in my power to daily have a good, positive, optimistic, uplifting, edifying, encouraging, happy, joyful attitude about my life, business and relationships.
As Denis Waitley said, you should always “expect the best, plan for the worst, and prepare to be surprised.”. There’s no need to build your own private bomb shelter stacked to the ceiling with canned beans (unless you truly believe the end of days is nigh like these MTV True Lifers).
“The guiding principle is, hope for the best, plan for the worst.”. Working for the White House, he is quick to admit, is a heady experience. “It’s a long way from Altoona to …
Hope for the best, plan for the worst and prepare to be surprised. Denis Waitley A cliché that’s been used, misused and oft repeated in various guises all over the world since the 1800s, and like so many old sayings, there’s a reason for its perseverance in modern language – it’s true!
Don’t wish for the best alone. Move toward it and grab the excellent, never give up on the first …
Hope for the best and prepare for the worst, and Hope for the best but expect the worst.
Bad things happen in real estate all of the time. If you do enough deals, you will start to see things that you would have never thought were possible. Plan for the worst and hope for the best. You may get ridiculed and laughed at for taking out the extra home warranty or having an attorney make changes to your lease, but that’s ok.