It's All About The Throwing

Seth Godin is one of our favorite authors and bloggers. His ability to make you think is incredible. Last week he posted a blog about juggling. His first line deserves repeating here: Throwing is more important than catching.

We won't spoil the blog for you. But reflect on that one line in relation to planning the use of your time and energy. If we create a thorough plan of how to best use our time, we will get more done than if we weakly plan and then spend much of our time reacting to crises and other tasks that are simply convenient and "close at hand." Plato said, "The beginning is the most important part of any work."

How could you improve your throwing (planning) so that you are better at catching and ultimately keep accomplishing your purpose (successful juggling)?