Planning can be the most advanced form of procrastination.
The problem is that it always feels smart.
We’re told things like:
“Planning is important!”
“Smart people plan!”
“If you don’t have a plan, you’re planning to fail!”
And the truth is there is some really great utility in planning. So, no, I’m not writing this to launch some holy war against planning. Planning is a useful, harmless activity yielded in the right way.
This is not a post for people that use planning as a way of getting more done.… Click to read more