Well, there are two answers to this question.
Firstly getting it wrong is not the problem.
We all get stuff wrong and if you know you’ve got it wrong you can put it right.
In fact sometimes getting it wrong is the best thing you could have done.
What the hell…
Think about it… when you get it wrong and you know you’ve got it wrong that becomes knowledge and that knowledge becomes experience.
You won’t make that mistake again. You solve it and you move forward faster, more smoothly and more efficiently.
The problem is…
The big problem is when you don’t know you’ve got it wrong.
When that happens you can’t put it right.
When that happens there is no knowledge learned and no experience gained.
When you’ve got it wrong and you don’t know you’ve got it wrong that’s when it’s dangerous.
It costs you money, it eats into your life, it sends you down the wrong track.
You start doing more things wrong because you are building on something you’ve already got wrong.
What can you do?
How can you possibly get anything right when ‘you don’t know, what you don’t know’
Hell, that makes my brain hurt just writing it down the implications are profound.
Don’t worry the answer is always out there and it’s nearly always straightforward, uncomplicated and easy to implement.
Are you ready to start getting it right (I can’t force you and I wouldn’t want to)? The decision is as always – yours!