Thinking and Planning . . .

Think, but do not think to the point of confusion. Plan, but do not over-plan to the point of becoming overwhelmed.

The act of thinking and the act of planning are not to be avoided. The acts of obsessive thinking and obsessive planning, however, have no place in your life.

2 thoughts on “Thinking and Planning . . .

  1. Cindy Tarver

    Thank you Alan. I REALLY needed to hear this today. I have taken action long over due after reading obsessive thinking has no part in our life.

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