You’ve heard it before. Or maybe not.

Proper planning prevents poor performance.

This is sound advice if you don’t get stuck in the planning phase.

Do you tend to go over every detail or feel as if you can’t make a decision until every I is dotted and every T is crossed?

If so, you may be doing yourself more harm than good.

If we strike when all is ” perfect” we will never hit our mark.

This doesn’t mean we should throw caution to the wind. It means that we have to execute an idea, move, task, and so on..

We can’t allow ourselves to get lost in the details.

Make your plan and then work your plan!



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