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I am a planner and I know of two common axioms about planning.

  1. If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.
  2. A plan is only as good as its implementation.

The first is about being prepared by thinking things through and practising before a critical event. The second is about putting theory (the plan) into actual practice (the action).

The problem with some plans is that they are hastily made. No amount of firefighting will compensate for foresight , wisdom, and prudence.

The bottomline: You need a good plan. A plan that offers solutions needs to address clearly defined problems. Jump the gun and you solve problems that do not exist, distract, and demoralise.

Do great minds think alike or do fools seldom differ?

Whenever someone pats a small group on its collective back with “Great minds think alike!”, I point out that fools seldom differ.

I am not being a wet blanket. I am merely pointing out there is more than one way to look at things.

I am also pointing out the original photo shared under Creative Commons that I used to make this image quote.

Did you get through this April Fools unscathed? There were lots of Internet pranks and some were more obvious than others.

This one about offline versions of YouTube videos is downright fun.

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