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Alfred Adler on Life's Biggest Danger

Alfred Adler on Life's Biggest Danger
Alfred Adler on Life's Biggest Danger

Welcome to Make Daily! This email contains an idea, reflection, and a simple action you can take on your work today.

Idea πŸ’‘

"The chief danger in life is that you may take too many precautions." β€” Alfred Adler

Reflection πŸ€”

I'm here to tell you something no one else will: you've planned enough.

You don't want to believe me, but you you know it's true. Β All the strategizing is distraction disguised as action. Planning is dangerous because it feels like you've done something when you haven't at all.

I'm a recovering planaholic myself. The lesson I continue to learn is that the best creators try things and adjust the plan as they go. Non-existent creators plan things and don't try them at all.

Action βœ…

You've planned enough. Go do it now.

About the creator πŸ‘€

Alfred Adler was an Austrian medical doctor, psychotherapist, and founder of the school of individual psychology.


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Alex