Some of the wisest people I have met in my life have shared the common belief that there is a lesson to be learned in every circumstance and that a blind eye should never be turned to any potential source of a valuable lesson. As a writer, I have applied this belief as often as possible and have learned a great deal as a result, all coming from a diverse array of mostly unexpected sources. While searching for maintenance services I came across several 1 stop maintenance reviews, and I was impressed by the praise the company had received for its detail-oriented efforts in preventing issues from arising in the first place.
After reading more about 1 stop maintenance, I began to recognize that writing involves a great deal of preventive maintenance as well. In fact, some of my best work has been the result of what you might call preventive maintenance due to my habit of first creating a basic outline or sketch and adopting a set of writing rules designed with the specific assignment in mind. This helps keeps my work focused and structured in a way that eliminates the need for heavy editing or other time-consuming corrections to be completed after the act of writing. Doing things this way is a kind of preventive strategy, and reading about one stop maintenance really reinforced the importance of this particular strategy.
Since coming to this realization, I have tried to take a more focused and detailed approach to prevention and feel that this has benefitted my work tremendously. While there are some types of writing that require a bit more flexibility and creative leeway, I still believe that my work has improved significantly due to a simple lesson I took away from a company providing facility maintenance. If a writer can apply a lesson learned from the facility maintenance industry, it seems clear that there are lessons to be learned all around us and in the least likely of places.