Best Laid Plans


Nothing I ever do turns out the way I plan.  One could logically assume that I suck at planning.  I admit to not being the best planner in the world, but most of my failures are in the execution of that plan.  Think about hunting.  My plan might be to get out there before the light of day with all of my scent-blocking stuff, gun ready, stomach full, etc, etc, etc, and sit in the tree stand.  When a deer comes by, shoot it.  In this scenario, everything would work out perfectly.  I would see a massive 12-point buck, but I would miss it or shoot it in a non-vital area, needing to track it for hours.  Maybe I should just plan the tasks and hire someone else to do it.  Then again, I would not learn from my plethora of mistakes.


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