Caving In (0:15)
It doesn’t mean surrender and it doesn’t mean give up or quit. However is does mean that you’re no longer moving forward.
|Posted By David Babich|
| Answers |
Yes Yes No No Okay, so now i know what I need to work on. Thanks!
|Posted By Aaron Wolfson|
| Caving In vs Flexibility |
Certainly, if one has determined to reach a destination, be it a physical location, or a career advance, it requires that you continue to make forward progress. If traffic is congested, taking an alternate route is "not caving in," or giving up, it is simply "intelligent flexibility" that allows you to continue moving toward, and ultimately reaching your destination.
|Posted By Rachel Walker|
| Anticipating:-) |
Gifts are made to package and give...sometimes the package is work but worth it, in the end.
|Posted By SJG|
| OK to Slowly Forward |
When I feel like quitting and, I could even convince my friends and family that quitting would make sense, I give myself permission to move forward slowly. It's OK to move forward slowly and steadily.
|Posted By Mike G.|
| Caving In |
Sometimes I find it is good to step back for a while..five minutes, five hours..maybe even longer. It's more like "reconvene" than "Caving In". When such set backs occur it's good to step back, take it in, learn from it and then move on.
|Posted By Rick|
| caving |
Get a good strategy with contingent plans and you won't cave in, but just alter your course.
|Posted By Sam Stinger|
| Flakes |
Ted Danson once said, “I'm from L.A. I'm an actor. I'm a flake.”
|Posted By Jennifer Jolie|
| Corn Flakes |
Flaking out on plans, projects or people is a clue that something else is going on: You've either over-booked your life, over-looked important details, or over-anticipated the end results. Or, you’re just a flake.
|Posted By Jampa|
| Flake |
I have been a flake at times, wallowing in self-pity and self-defeat. If I remain there, I will surely become a stone that won’t move.