This is actually a pretty common question. It’s often asked after someone has just finished a project or finished a project someone else has started. Some people ask questions like “why did you decide to do that?” after they’ve done something. “Why are you feeling that way?” is the question that’s more commonly asked. While these questions are very simple, they don’t really answer the question or explain the answer.
Well first off question is that they are completely irrelevant. There are countless projects that I did that I didnt even know something about and yet I feel I should answer this question. I feel this is because I just completed one project that I should have finished before starting this one. If your asking why do you feel that way, its because you have a job to do and you feel like you shouldnt waste time on something you should have finished doing.
This leads to questions like this. It’s a bit like saying, if you want to go to a place that is where you want to go. The reason we want to go to a place that is where you want to go is because you are doing something that will help you to do a better job at it.
This is one of those questions that is easy to answer, but its a bit more complicated because it depends on the situation. In my case, I was working on a project that I had to finish before looking at this one, which means that I was doing it on the weekends when I was doing most of the work. I did this to help myself and because I didn’t want to waste time.
Its a bit of a grey area, but I would say that if you are doing a small task and it is not done efficiently you might want to do it in a different way. In this case I was doing a big task, which meant that I was doing it on weekends when I did less work. So, I wanted to do it the way that would make it the most efficient, and thats why I was doing it in this way.
That said, you may have to make a decision about whether to spend less time on one task or more time on the other. This is where it becomes a personal choice. Does the task have value, or is it more time saving? Does it benefit you, or does it benefit someone else? If you decide to do a task all on your own, I’m sure you will get more value out of it then if you were to hire someone to do it.
If you have a feeling about it, then you want to do it your way. If you don’t want to do it and want to spend less time on something else, then you’re not going to get less value.
The best way to clear things up is to ask yourself a bunch of clarifying questions. I often find that the best answers are usually the most nebulous.
If you want to figure out who the best-laid plans of destruction and who the best-laid plans of intrigue are, ask yourself these questions: Are these people in the best place to be doing this? If so, where are they? If not, why not? If your answer is, “In hell,” then you aren’t actually doing anything.
Here we go again. I get asked a lot about the best laid plans of destruction. My answer is usually something like, “I’m not sure what they are, but there’s a group of people who do this kind of thing all the time. If this is what they’re doing, they must be doing it all the time because if we find out who they are, we’ll be able to do this all the time.