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Part IV: Paradoxical Principle #4 > Learn to Plan and Plan to Learn

Chapter 32. Learn to Plan and Plan to Learn

“The best-laid plans of mice and men are usually about equal.”

—Murphy’s Laws

Common wisdom says that before you do anything you first should have a plan. But it may be that the planning process is more important than the plan itself. You probably have heard the popular saying, “Life is what happens to you while you’re making other plans.” Murphy’s Law above reflects the typical value of most of our best-laid plans. Life is what happens to us—so let’s learn from it. Learning from experience is powerful; the only thing more powerful is not learning from experience.


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