DO YOU HAVE A PLAN


EVERY PERSON CAN USE A PLAN

In her book “The Art of Non Fiction” Ayn Rand says:

“No beginner should write without an outline. An outline is a plan of mental action. All human action requires a plan – an abstract projection.  People tend to be aware of this in the physical realm. But because they believe that writing is an innate talent, they think it does not required an objective plan. They think writing is inspirational. Yet trying to write without an outline is even more difficult than attempting some physical action without a plan. In good fiction, the climax – which you must know in advance – determines what events you need in order to bring the story to that point.”

HOW TO DETERMINE YOUR LIFE IN ADVANCE

Well really you can’t. But without a plan you get stuck in the doldrums with no wind in your sails. So what you  need is to look forward to the end result. Then work backward. What is the next to the final step before you deposit the gold that just arrived from the your sailboat? Work backwards from what you desire and the steps will appear. If you consistently concentrate, those steps will become evident until you reach your now. When you discover the chain of links then start working on the first one. Overcome each barrier so you reach the next and the next steps. When all the barriers are dissolved you achieve your end.

END BEFORE YOU START

This means the end comes before the start. Seems backwards, but it works. Give it a try. Right now you can take a real step forward. Click on our logo:

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