There Is a Time to Plan and a Time to Act

On my run down the beach this morning, it dawned on me that I seldom look at how far it is to the finish anymore. I remember when I started running I was always looking to see how far I had to go. I also remember how discouraging it was each time I looked up to see the majority of my run ahead of me. This led to thinking things like, “can I really make it?” or if I couldn’t see all the way to the finish wondering, “Is the route clear or should I maybe look for another one?” The latter inspiring a feeling of indecision. Of course everything has a financial planning connotation to me because as Conor McGregor says, “you have to go a little crazy for your craft.” Not that I have ever seen a UF