Haste Makes Waste

If you attack a project quickly and do not put  a lot of thought into it you may end up with an absolute mess. Have an idea of what you want to accomplish in one day and stick to it and you will be surprised by how much you can actually get done in one day. Fortitude and gratitude will take you far in life. If you do half a job it will show that you only did half a job. Employers want someone who is reliable and will stick with a project and get it completed in a timely fashion. Do your job to the best of your ability and do your job with a compassionate, loving, grateful and caring heart and you will reap the rewards for a job well done.

Take time to research a product or service before you sign on the dotted line or you may live with regrets for along time to come. If  you repair something for someone treat the project exactly how you would repair the item for your own use. Check on contractors and service providers before you hire them or you may be in for a rude awakening. There are a lot of fly by night repair people in the world so do your homework before you get taken to the cleaners.

I had a roofer once that hardly used any nails to hold down the shingles and the valleys were cut wrong also and I had to re – roof  again in 8 years. Haste definitely makes waste and also waste your time and your money. Do not take shortcuts with any repairs as this will leed to larger and more expensive repairs down the road. If you do a job do it like you would want it done in your house as no wants a hasty job done with a lot of waste and waste of time. Life waits for no man so do not waste their precious moments on earth and always do a job that others will be proud of for years to come.

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