When you’re going somewhere you’ve never been to, what do you do?
Do you just wing it?
Do you just start driving and figure it’ll all work out?
Of course not, but that’s what so many people do with their lives.
Sure, they might have a vague plan, likely a mash-up of family and social expectations, but they don’t have a clear, measurable and authentic plan.
And to paraphrase Jim Rohn: if you don’t have a plan for your life, someone else will, and their plan won’t benefit you.