Improvisation is the largest gear in orchestration

In my 31 years on this planet, I’ve learned that orchestration means absolute power. All of the greats know how to do it. Nothing ever great was done without it. But the greatest know how to improvise and they realize that it’s the biggest part in orchestration.

To myself, it means that a situation has gone from normal to”snafu”. When I undertake a navigation of a big plan, I completely understand that improvising is going to be necessary. Some people go through their whole life improvising without orchestrating because they either never plan, or they let their plans be dismissed because of a situation at hand. A successful life simply can not exist without sticking to a plan.


Here are my tips if you have to improvise

  1. Get back on track. – Like a train traveling, if it ever gets derailed, it gets back on track.
  2. If you can’t get back on track, you must forge a new one. – If something isn’t broke, don’t fix it. Reformulate your plan with the closest way possible of sticking to the same plan.
  3. You must try to see out the situation at hand. – It is always easy to start a new beginning if you’ve predicted the new ending.


None of this is considered a easy task and there is always going to be bumps in the road. But if you saw a speed bump ahead of time, wouldn’t you slow down? If you had a flat tire, wouldn’t you fix it? The point that I’m trying to get at is that “shit happens”. If we learn how to flush it instead of let it fester, it wouldn’t be an issue anymore. I hope this was helpful.




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