Plans and clues started in a high-tech corporate setting where we often described people and organizations in the following 4 ways.
- No Plans, but Clues = genius but incapable of producing much
- No Clues, but Plans = dangerously doing things not understood
- No Clues, and no Plans = lost
- Plans AND Clues = capable and successful
In this context, one found themselves collecting clues to build executable plans.
From a revised retirement context, I find myself making plans to collect clues – the object is to collect clues. Collecting the clues is the apex, not the inputs. Its reversed and so much more interesting.
The posts here are the clues I find interesting … most media is my own and licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Other media is attributed as required.