A to-do list is a marvelous idea, but it only organizes tactical and logistical steps that fall out of a strategic vision.
Every strategic vision should include a don’t do list as well. That list is just as important. It makes saying “No!” simple. There are many things that would otherwise take up time and other resources. It is useful, and worth considering as a planning step.
There is more than one way to success. The difficult one is to do things that work. The easier one is to avoid doing things that conflict with things that are working, or which won’t work at all.
This is good advice for you and for anyone who you want to guide.
“You give a lot of great advice about what to do. Do you have any advice of what not to do?” Cheryl Strayed
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