It’s always a good idea to have a plan. Or at least that is the story I am telling myself. A plan can become something evil. A plan that doesn’t work out in the end is at least painful if not more than that. But without a plan life doesn’t seem to make any sense.
Consider it done.
It’s what we tell our boss in our dreams. It’s what our boss dreams about. Reality is different, though. Having a plan is defined as a better situation than having no plan. But neither having a plan nor having no plan is a success or failure guarantee. It’s just one step, one of the first steps. I like to plan. I like to think ahead. I like to turn plans into reality. But plans make life harder. Plans make life exhausting. Plans create a feeling of missing out on other things. Plans are good and evil.
Do you have a plan? Where do you see yourself in 5 years? Where do you see yourself next year? Where do you see yourself tomorrow? Is having a plan a good idea, a necessary step, an insurance for success? I guess without a plan you will never find out.
See you next time!