Lou Ludwig Success Tips: Leaving Nothing to Chance

Leaving Nothing to Chance

Motivational Power Quote


Leaving Nothing to Chance

“He who leaves nothing to change will do few things

poorly, but he will do few things.”

Edward F. Halifax 1881 – 1959, British Statesman


As I see it . . . . . . .

Leaving nothing to chance


Leaving nothing to chance . . . . sounds good on paper but in reality for those who wait until everything is lined up . . . . leaving nothing to chance is someone who gets very little done.


Leaving nothing to chance . . . . is a form of terminal procrastination . . . .


There are times that you have to take action . . . . in those times you have to move forward with the resources you have at hand, doing the best you can in the circumstances that you find yourself in.


Have the faith in your ability and the confidence that you will get the job done successfully . . . . With that mindset you will create a running start to completing the task at hand.


Very seldom if ever will things line up to leave nothing to chance . . . . Be bold and trust yourself to be a doer and get things done.


Leaving nothing to chance . . . . before you start . . . .is like asking how long can you hold your breath? Do your best and go for it.


©2012 Lou Ludwig, Sales and Management Consultant, Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author





Comment balloon 4 commentsLou Ludwig • December 28 2012 02:25PM


Hi Lou, "Be Bold and Trust Yourself"...That's the only way to Go! At least you know you will be getting something done one way or the other. Suggested!!!

Posted by Jerry Newman, Texas REALTOR, San Antonio Military Relocation (Brown Realty, 210-789-4216,www.JeremiahNewman.com) over 6 years ago


Thanks for stopping by and commenting.

Good luck and success.

Lou Ludwig

Posted by Lou Ludwig, Designations Earned CRB, CRS, CIPS, GRI, SRES, TRC (Ludwig & Associates) over 6 years ago

Great rewards require graet risks.

Posted by Laura Cerrano, Certified Feng Shui Expert, Speaker & Researcher (Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island) over 6 years ago

balance is required... yes, you have to take that first step, but a certain amount of planning and counsel is a good thing.  just not to the point where it paralyzes you into inaction.

Posted by Eric Crane -- Your Full Service, Discount Fee Realtor®, Greater Metro Phoenix Arizona (DPR Realty LLC) over 6 years ago