Best Laid Plans

Even the best-laid plans can fail. Markets shift, people change their opinion, someone comes up with a better offer, or the plan just isn’t good enough.

This isn’t saying much about your idea, just about your plan.

And it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t make plans, but simply that you should be aware that you might need to adapt, pivot, change something, or take an entirely different course.

Originally published at https://zoranjambor.com on May 2, 2021.

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I write about creating and marketing with a goal to inspire you to take action and make a difference. Currently building css-weekly.com & inspiration-bits.com.

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Zoran Jambor

Zoran Jambor

I write about creating and marketing with a goal to inspire you to take action and make a difference. Currently building css-weekly.com & inspiration-bits.com.

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