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Plan Do by Mind Map: Plan Do
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Plan Do

Identify What you want

Make sure what you want is aligned with your purpose, character values, attitude and vision.

What are you good at?

Why do you want it?

The hedgehog principle

Find out what it costs

Model someone who has done it

If it hasn't been done before, then ask yourself how would it come to reality and break it down into your own baby steps

Pay it


Slight Edge

Deliberate Practice

Take Away

Once a purpose is defined; action is simple. What do you want? What does it take? Do it everyday.

Planning and execution has only 3 steps

each step gets progressively more difficult

How do you balance between planning and executing your plan and being led spontaneously by the Holy Spirit?

Cruise ship analogy - deity controls outcome. Unlike other religions; this deity mingles with the crowd. The quality of the cruise is directly proportionate to the time spent with our deity. Conclusion: Christ is always trying to have a meal with us.

Trust God's Plan

God is in charge, and his plan is the best of all possible plans. J. Monsabre wrote, “If God would concede me His omnipotence for twenty-four hours, you would see how many changes I would make in the world. But if He gave me His wisdom too, I would leave things as they are.”3 Ours is not the best of all possible worlds, but ours is the best of all possible Architects, and he has chosen from the best of all possible blueprints that will lead to the best of all possible worlds.