That which seems initially successful should be regarded with caution. There have been many things in the past that boom right away, and then a little bit later tank into the ground. The most recent was the dot com businesses, as they were really successful in the beginning and crashed hard.
I think that we owe it to ourselves to remember the old saying of "if it seems too good to be true, it probably is." Whenever you meet with initial success, question it. Except in cases of actual luck (like gambling), there's usually someone else trying to put you at a disadvantage.
Yes, that which seems initially successful should be regarded with caution, because usually something that seems too good to be true usually is. A person who is trying to sell you something is going to learn to say the good thing and not the bad thing. Someone needs to accept something that sounds good with their eyes open for the bad.
That which seems initially successful should be regarded with caution. This is to make sure that a system of checks and balances are adhered to. Sometimes what is deemed to be success is part of simple luck. Luck can run out. A plan for success, however, is more strategic. What is initially successful should be assessed and watched.
i believe that which seems initially successful should be regarded with caution. I believe this is especially true in business where there are many ethical and moral questions that should be used to rate the success. One may say that a corporation like Wal-Mart is successful, but I honestly think it is more successful at causing damage than doing something that actually benefits society.