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Rad’s Rework

Rad’s Rework

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Published by: zzradzz on Apr 22, 2013
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Planning is guessing
-nlpssenisubmret-nol,rellet-enutroeruosselnU ning is a fantasy. There are just too many factors that areout of your hands: market conditions, competitors, cus-tomers, the economy, etc. Writing a plan makes you feelin control of things you can’t actually control.:erllerehtth w snlpllctsu je w tnodh W  guesses. Start referring to your business plans as businessguesses, your financial plans as financial guesses, andyour strategic plans as strategic guesses. Now you canstop worrying about them as much. They just aren’t worth the stress. When you turn guesses into plans, you enter a dan-ger zone. Plans let the past drive the future. They putblinders on you. “This is where we’re going because, well, that’s where we said we were going.” And thats theproblem:Plans are inconsistent with improvisation. And you have to be able to improvise. You have tobe able to pick up opportunities that come along. Some-times you need to say, “We’re going in a new directionbecause that’s what makes sense
.”.ootpude w ercssisnlpenr-nolonimitehT  You have the most information when you’re doing something, not
you’ve done it. Yet when do you write a plan? Usually it’s before you’ve even begun.That’s the worst time to make a big decision.

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