If what I'm doing is not successful then the opposite must be successful?

Best Answer:

Salubrious proclivity: That can be true, but it depends on the situation.
For example if you live on a remote but large island and you are the only inhabitant. Let's suppose you want to find the woman of your dreams and walked North without success, then if you travelled South instead (the opposite), you would have the same negative result with regard to your intent and you may even be bitten by a snake on the Southward trail.

It's just an example of course, but yes on occasion doing the opposite of what you are doing now, may provide the success you seek.

Sometimes there are just as many ways to fail as there are to succeed.

Other answer:

Salubrious proclivity:
I put a magic ring on my right hand, but it didn't help me fly. So, maybe it will work if I put it on my left hand instead.
Alpha Beta:
False.
amit:
Not always do something sensible take advices make some smart choices

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