Nothing is perfect. The best business is going to have a flaw or two. The best event will have some flaws as well.
Summer is a great time for people to relax, work on their businesses, and control their own schedules. That sounds incredible, but there are some flaws with summer. All of the insects don’t come out. They come in. There are more ants everyday. Figuring out how they get in is just as hard as taking them out of the house.
Google gives us a lot of different products to try. Is Google able to answer all of our questions? The answer is no, but there are many people who are happy with Google. Most people use Google for the search function while some people use Google’s products such as AdSense and Google+.
Summer and Google have their flaws. Sadly, there are a lot of people who only look at the flaws. Instead, we should look at the flaws and the big picture. Summer is a great time to relax and have fun. Summer symbolizes the end of school for 3 months and more vacation time.
Google is the difference between going to the library to look for information on a rainy day or being able to access the information you need on your computer while watching the rain fall. I do not know what it felt like to go to the library everyday to find information for a school project. I don’t want to go through that experience anytime soon, and Google prevents that from happening.
Something may not be working the way you wanted it to. Your guest post to a well-known blog could have been disapproved or you lost a lot of followers on one day. Do look at the flaws, but also look at the big picture.
If you were trying to submit a guest post, it means you had something such as a Twitter account or a blog to promote. If you lost a lot of followers on one day, it means you had a lot of followers, and going from 1,000 followers to 900 followers still means that you have 900 followers.
The big picture is a painting. The flaw is just a yellow dot on the painting. You get to choose how big you make that yellow dot.
Do you look at the flaws, the big picture, or both?