I have often wondered about a peculiar question : Is "ideal" necessarily "impractical" ?I know there is no such thing as the perfect world. And I am not aiming for one. But I sincerely believe that the world would be so much better a place if we aimed for the sky and not landed the stars, but didn't fall on the ground either...
I have a little book called the "Book of Questions". It has nothing but questions in it ; No answers, just questions. Each question is meant to make you think about your life and your approach to it. One specific question from that book has done a lot to the way I look at life.
Have you ever wondered when is the right time to launch something new? When is it right to change tracks? When is it a good time to take a leap of faith into an unknown future? Should you not wait till you reap the rewards of the efforts you have put in? If these questions have bothered you endlessly, a little tool called the "Sigmoid Curve" might help.
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