Everyone says that planning is good for your business, but these people don’t look at all of the consequences. In this do or die game, people focus on the ability to give themselves the compass to their future.
This game is similar to a two-floor building without any stairs. You can’t get to the second floor without the stairs. Giving yourself a good plan will allow you to create the stairs. The stronger your plan, the more stairs you get. Soon, you get enough stairs to go from the first floor to the second floor. When people look at the consequences of planning, they only look at the good ones.
There is some danger to planning. You can create the perfect compass that goes from the Indian Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean by using all of the fastest routes (that kind of compass probably has some GPS features installed as well). Even if you come up with the perfect compass, you still need to sail from the Indian Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean in order for it to come in handy. If the function of the compass isn’t used, all of the planning, time, and effort would have gone to waste.
Planning is essential towards the success for any business, but you must be implementing your plans in order to get the results you are looking for.