Traditional planning requires you to predict the future. Entrepreneurs know it’s impossible. You have to create your future.
Twelve months from now, how will the economy be doing?
Where will interest rates be?
If you can’t answer with confidence, you’re not alone.
The problem with planning
It highlights the problem with planning – more specifically, the kind of planning we learned in school:
Traditional planning requires you to predict the future.
But how can you predict the future when the world changes so fast?