Plans are only good intentions unless they immediately degenerate into hard work. (Peter Drucker, late management author)
As noted yesterday, good intentions are not enough. Drucker seems to indicate that the work involved in accomplishing anything of value is less important than the planning, but, nonetheless, hard work is essential. Dreams, visions of the future, inventive thinking—all are critical, but they fail without good planning and hard work.
Good planning and hard work lead to prosperity. (Proverbs 21:5)