Often, we implement or do things in a so-so manner, just to get by. And that isn't always bad, especially when we need to kickstart something, as compared to not starting at all.
But along the way, what's being left behind, unchecked or unsolved, will start to pile up. And sooner or later, it's going to be hard to resolve.
Now, I genuinely need to relearn things (referring to my PHP web development skills), because what I've been doing is no longer sustainable and efficient per se. And this process is not easy too, and it's undoubtedly overwhelming as well. That's why I need to strategize the learning process, focusing on tidbits of victory, frequent breaks and assessments, instead of the one-time-big-time eye-popping eureka moment.
But I couldn't deny the fact that I get frustrated along this journey, especially when I feel that I fall short of what I've been aiming. There are lots of questions popping out like, "do I have to halt the production just to refractor everything?", "what if I continue? When will I start?", "can I really do this?". Ultimately, everything boils down to the fact that nothing is perfect. And so, I must have priorities, hierarchizing things based on their importance and impact. And that's where I will start, now. *** Phew, the same is true in my personal life. But yahoo, I finally learned how to solve the Rubik's Cube. And oh, I finally washed my laundries.
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