Don't cross the bridge before you come to it - True?
By Andrew O
March 8, 2007 12:40am CST
Reading through some of the posts, I thought of this. We always vision the things we want to have or own in the future. We tell ourselves what we want to do if we have plenty of money or have made it big. Some of us work in organisations. We tell ourselves what change we will bring to our company when we are sitting in the General Manager's chair. I thought only politicians do this. Before the elections, they will be telling the voters what they intend to do, or what changes they promised, etc. When the elections are over, you see them no more. What do you think of this? Do you also make plans before you have the resources for them? Share with us your views.
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• United States
26 Mar 08
friend2friends, posted a discussion about 0 responses, so i decided to look for yours. You said you had many with 0, but this was hard to find! anyways, this was posted over a year ago, and now we Are hearing all of the politicians tell us about there big plans for presidency! Who knows what will happen after one takes office. I do find myself making plans for my future, before I have the resources. I think that might be a good thing, because I have something to strive for, a reason to succeed. Make sense? This is on a much lower level than what you are asking, but I make plans for vacations months in advance, so i can have enough money when the time comes to go. I also am making plans for what I will do in the classroom when I begin teaching. (assuming i pass my teacher tests) Even though I am still about 2 years away from actually teaching!