Planning and executing

Planning and executing
Two important steps when making a plan…

Most people just come to a plan and forget that there are two steps. A plan is great to have, but without an implementation phase you do not need a plan.

It is just as important to plan when in time you will implement the plan and always set an end date…

A classic example is an entrepreneur who states a project without an end date. This means that they work until death. Do not make sure to train someone else who takes over and so they can do something else, but they just work all their lives.

When you reach the end date, it’s time to evaluate and celebrate your success. Maybe, you come to the conclusion, to continue and then set a new end date. Or you leave the project behind and focus on a more successful project.

You have to test your plans in reality otherwise nothing will happen.

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