Captain’s log, stardate 20171228
Sent by Jonathan Stark on December 28th, 2017
What is a plan, exactly?
According to Google:
Plan—a detailed proposal for doing or achieving something.
So, you can sort of think of a plan as turn-by-turn directions for getting from where you are to where you want to be.
Baked into this concept is the presumption of a known destination.
You need a clear idea of where you want to go before asking for directions makes any sense.
I mean, think about it...
How would a stranger react if you asked them:
“Can you tell me how to get?”
Without the “to $destination?” part, it’s a comically bizarre thing to ask.
Business planning works the same way. The first step is to figure out where you want to go.
Skip this step at your peril.
Putting together tactical, step-by-step plan before you have a clearly defined objective is a great way to waste a lot of time and money.
So my question to you is:
What is your objective?
Hit reply and let me know.
P.S. Are you unsure how to define your objective? My private mentoring program might be a good fit. Two openings were filled in the last 48 hours, so it’s probably going to sell out. Secure your spot before the opportunity is gone -> https://jonathanstark.com/mentoring
“Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” —Albert Einstein