“Those with no plan are being influenced by other people’s plan . . .” (Chaim O’Deens, leadership & planning coach)
On the other hand, O’Deens concludes “. . . while those who have created the time to establish a plan are influencing those with no plans.” So, you are either working your own plan or someone else’s. That thought ought to help us realize the importance of creating our own plan to pursue and achieve the goals we want for our family and community.
Good planning and hard work lead to prosperity. . . . Commit your actions to the Lord, and your plans will succeed. (Proverbs 21:5; 16:3)