The Bridge to Success
Success is like a magnificent architectural structure, a bridge for instance. All bridges begin as an idea inside the head of the architect. Eventually the idea turns into a goal that the architect is trying to achieve. In order for the bridge to be built the architect needs to first have the blueprints drawn up so that the bridge can be constructed properly. If the blueprints are not followed step by step and the workers stray off from the steps given to them, the end product will be an utter failure. Once the blueprints are drawn up, before construction of the bridge can begin the money must first be budgeted to make sure that there is enough money to pay for workers, supplies and equipment. In a paralleled way as money has to be managed, time also has to be managed in order to insure that the job gets done. After the blueprints and budget have been taken care of workers need to be hired to construct the bridge. Each worker that is being paid to build the bridge is important. Although each worker possesses different skills each skill is necessary to insure that the bridge gets built. While building the bridge there will be setbacks that try to postpone its construction and make it miss the due date. Many of these setbacks will arise because of rain, sleet, hail and snow. Since there will be setbacks that try to stall the construction of the bridge it’s important that the bridge has enough integrity so that it will be able to withstand any damage that is coming its way. Through all the elements taken to produce the bridge the bridge being completed is not the success. The true success comes from how the bridge can be beneficial to others or serve as a symbol.