Wednesday, October 30, 2013


                             When people are asked to do something and nearly succeeded, what do they say? "NAILED IT!" or "Good enough", all of us  have said these phrases even once in our life, right?
                             This is a positive attitude with a negative effect. Positive that at least you finished it but negative that you might not get the score you expected or you didn't meet the person's expectations. I've experienced that a few months ago when we were supposed to make the colored glass thingy but it wasn't really glass. It was 6pm and we were done. It looked like we rushed the whole thing, which was what we did. It wasn't neat and we needed more time to refine it but we didn't have those so we passed it to our teacher. He was surprised that we finished it within a short period of time although he told us it needed to be refined. He gave us a choice. It is either we continue it at home or we could pass it to him right now. He told us we wouldn't really give us a high grade if we passed it like that so we brought it home.
                              This phrase is best for performances or plays. You couldn't tell the stage manager to repeat the whole scene again. You'll put the crowd to sleep. Use this phrase when the thing you are doing doesn't really matter like a dare somebody told you to do.

That's it for today, this is M.I.G. signing off to another great day :)
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