Planning is a very important and easily learned technology. It has often been said that if you fail to plan, you plan to fail. So true. But a real plan (and I define a good plan as one that gets done,) is not a list of to-do items. It is the creation of your future.
“THE SUCCESS OF ANY EVENT IS DIRECTLY PROPORTIONAL TO THE TIMELY PREPARATION.”1
Excerpt from my book The Natural Laws of Management: The Admin Scale, Chapter 11, PREPARATION, Page 51.
–Arte Maren, International Speaker, Writer and Business Consultant
1 Hubbard, policy letter titled Too Little Too Late