It simply doesn’t exist. And if there is circumstances that prove otherwise, it’s probably a one-time thing and something you shouldn’t strive to achieve each time.
Simply put… it’s a waste of time.
What’s more interesting and offers far more feedback to whatever you are trying to accomplish is getting it out there and letting others provide the feedback. Instead of trying to lessen the blows by what you feel “could be” an issue, let the feedback roll in first to figure out where the issues really are. And then get to work.
I actually felt intrigued to write about this after falling off my workout and then waiting for that “perfect climate” to get back on the bandwagon. After literally weeks and months of putting it off or half-assing it, I finally said you know what, I’m just going to start. And now it’s almost a week and I’ve been steady. Watching what I eat, doing my workout every day, etc. You simply can’t wait for the perfect timing, you just have to take a leap of faith and see where it goes.