Every cause has an effect, and every effect is initiated by a cause. Does this sound confusing? How about, â€˜You sow what you reap,â€™ or â€˜Every action has a reactionâ€™? These all mean the same, everything you do has a ripple effect â€“ no matter how big or how small it may seem to you. For example: When you plant a garden you place the seeds in the dirt, cover the seeds, water them, give them sunshine and they will grow. The act was planting of the seed, the reaction was the plant growing â€“ given the proper conditions; or not growing, due to faulty seeds, too much watering, too little sun, etc.
If you make a presentation to a client to market his company, and you stumble through the presentation because you donâ€™t feel confident in your ability to do the job, what do you think the final result will be? You will lose the client. The cause = lack of confidence &g