“If your plan will only succeed if there is no turbulence at any time, it’s probably not a very good plan (either that or you’re not going anywhere interesting.)”

-Seth Godin


I learned this lesson again yesterday.  It really made me think about where I was going.  I sure DO want it to be interesting.

How about you.  Where are you planning on going in 2012?

Do you expect turbulence?

And how will you react when the journey gets a little bumpy?

One Comments

  • Windunatha December 27, 2011 Reply

    I think NO PLAN is the best plan. Surprises needs no plan. #Ready2012

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