Everyone loves taking the shot.
Traditionalists use a crumpled ball of paper. Some use a soda bottle and sometimes it’s a K-cup.
The idea of tossing something into a trash can from a few feet away puts a smile on our face.
We like the challenge and we want it to go in.
The funny thing is we know before it leaves our hand whether or not it’s going to swoosh.
Trash can professionals will take a pause if they have a bad feeling. Then they recalibrate their mind and body connection before they make the toss.
Sometimes though we let it fly knowing it’s going to miss.
Such is human nature.
It’s the same thing in business. We know what’s going to work and what won’t.
Sometimes we recalibrate and sometimes we take a bad shot.
But you know you can improve your odds with focus and right intention.
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