“The psychological result of good planning is to allow the mind, once the actual work begins, to concentrate on details and to forget about the intimidating general picture.” ~Kenneth Atchity, A Writer’s Time The right kind of planning doesn’t hamper us. It frees us.
“If you’re stuck, shift up a level or two (think bigger picture) or down a level or two (think finer details). Many problems are solvable at a different level. “This works for strategy too. You’ll often find a better opportunity at a different level.” ~James Clear, from today’s 3-2-1 Thursday