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Even if you are on the right track you will get run over if you just sit there - creative writing.

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"Even if you are on the right track you will get run over if you just sit there" The world that we exist within today requires us to operate by high standard procedures and ambitious methodologies to ensure our journey on the right track to success. In order to achieve the maximum potential of ones results one must constantly keep regulating and incorporating new strategies to implement as time and the tasks at hand progress so that they can continue their journey on the right track to success. The process of implementation and regulation requires copious amounts of hard work that is why it is commonly agreeable that it is impossible to stay on the right by just sitting there. The right track is the journey in which objectives such as beneficial activities are conducted to develop your current position in your state of being. ...read more.

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Decades past by and ford motor company continued its dependence on oil as a resource to function the car, this methodology was on the right track a century ago during Henry Fords time. Now with factors such as global warming, economic recession, the use of oil to operate vehicles is neither environmentally sustainable, nor economically viable for the company, which has lead the company to great losses, and become a classic example of what happens even when people are on the right track, but they do not implement new strategies, and sit there with century old technologies. Frannie Mae, and Freddie Mac are financial institutions that are headquartered in USA, they deal with home-mortgages and various other house related equities to finance consumers to purchase homes. ...read more.

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In a rapidly fast evolving world today it is impossible to survive by just sitting there, to ensure your success in the journey of the right track, there are various progressions that have to be made to develop your concept even if you are on the right track at the given time. The Ford Motor company revolutionized the concept of transportation, but there downfall occurred as they sat there using the same oil technology that was being used a century ago. Fannie Mae, and Freddie Mac innovated new financial devices for home-owners to purchase property, but there decline occurred, when they sat there with a huge number of debts which didn't get paid on time. Even though these companies were way beyond being on the right track, the fact that they just sat there and arrogantly did not implement any strategy to progress or develop there technology led to their failiure. ...read more.

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