“Progress” is usually thought of as a positive thing. When people say, “He has made some progress,” others perceive it as a positive concept. Most of the  times, progress is positive, and positive progress can benefit one in many different ways.  But there are times when progress can also be harmful and  give negative effects. Thus, it will be  safest to say that  progress is  a “challenge.”
One’s progress can promote numerous  salutations. It could provide guiding principles by letting one acknowledge new ideas , thus making him/her more informed and intelligent, and progress can also provide more opportunities .
 This opportunity is noticed usually when someone  achieve some progress  and his intending to stretch out more. Thus stepping forward and making progress might  sound always promotive and safe.  But let’s examine the situations when progress can  work counterly and become negative.
“Making progress” can be  reiterated as stepping forward.  But who said that one will always profit out of stepping forward? Sometime  taking progress can  be miserable.
 Think of case when people in stock markets take a challenge and make a progress.  Nobody knows what the outcome will  look like and many times  they lose most of their money.  So progress  can be positive, but  also  negative  ; just like flipping a coin.
The main theme of the novel, “Father of the Fathers” by Bernard Weber gives a perfect example of misguided progress. Although the main character  search for the “missing link” of human evolution, every time he  progressed to grasp something new, he  continued to fall deeply into “missing link: and  become more and more confused. Finally he  finds out that  present human is the missing link and  it  is never understandable, he gives up. Therefore,  groping progress can sometimes  informative and positive,  it could also be disastrous and misguiding.
 Conclusively, progress is not always  a positive action. It could certainly be informative, salubrious, and  providing opportunities, but it could also be miserable, misguiding, and even harmful. Therefore,  taking a progress is a challenge.  If progress is always positive, whey doesn’t everyone progress at any time?