Summary – The problem is to start
When I want to write an article here, there is always just one problem to it. It was to sit down and start.
Yesterday the mrs and I went to Tampin, about 50km from home just to browse for a thing or two. Basically just wanted to see Tampin :). Can you guess which process took the longest time? It was us getting ready to go. The journey was very smooth and we could get back with still some sunshine over our head.
It is apparent that in almost anything that we do, the most important steps is NOT researching how to do it, NOT how to do it. It’s when you are going to start. Don’t you agree?
If we can establish this as the key problem… and do something about it, I am quite confident that most of our work will be accomplished efficiently
Whenever there is work to do, just move your arm and do it. To start the work is actually the hardest thing to do. The rest will come naturally
When there is homework/assignment in front of us waiting to be done, it can only be done if we take the pen and do it. Simple… Thinking about what other activity can be done at the time will not finish the work, Reading blogs will not be helpful either.. (That’s what I’m doing most of the time hehe)
There’s a saying that “you fail to plan means that you plan to fail”. But I supposed an extension of that quote should be “but if your planning process take forever, it’s better that you fail. At least you learn something from it.”
A lengthy quote will never work.
– I wonder –
How to find the balance between planning carefully before doing a task and just start the task and plan along the way? Which do you agree?
————– Personal Note ————-
I went to Tampin to find myself and the mrs a red Baju Melayu for DaPocket’s wedding this February. However we didn’t find any… Not that we are looking very hard. We were just taking an evening drive
I just realized that the town is claimed by both state Negeri Sembilan and Melaka.