I’ve come across some people — too many, really — who plan and plan and talk and suggest so much about what they could do or are gonna do. Then they forget about the part where they actually take action and make their idea real.
I know that planning ahead is a virtue — can’t go anywhere until you know where you’re going, what you’re going to do, and all of that cliché stuff. But I’d rather see you take action and figure it out on the way, than plan perfectly in place of the action.
Plans are merely words and ideas: cheap and easy to come up with. Actions are concrete, self-evident, and what make up 100% of what we know as reality.