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|We must philosophise less in order the better to do our job as economists. ... he |
reiterated that he was a disequilibrating gadfly who had come to stimulate
controversy and re-open debate: We always plan too much and always think too
|I was greatly interested whenever I met with this objection—itissuch anice |
symptomofanattitude thataccounts for much in modern life. We always plan
toomuch andalways think too little. We resent a call tothinking and hateunfamiliar
|A Persian proverb says, 'Thinking well is wise; planning well, wiser; but doing |
well is the wisest and best ofall.' Investing in ... To agree with Joseph A.
Schumpeter, 'We always plan too much and always think too little.' Africans have
|"We always plan too much and always think too little." "When you relinquish the |
desire to control your future, you. 18th December 2006 to enable it to raise funds
to meet future capital requirements and increase its authorised capital to Rs.
|(And desires too, no doubt, though, as we noticed at the beginning, once taken |
on board, desires are usually accorded the official title of needs.) ... ('We always
plan too much and think too little', as Schumpeter says in another connection.) ...
|PLANNING. NOTES. 1. We aren't who we want to be; our hope is to be |
transformed. God created us to be his masterpieces, yet we fall short, loving God
too little and sin too much. Caught ... In The Life You've Always Wanted, John
Ortberg mentioned Popeye the Sailor Man, who said, “I yam what I yam. ... This is
real transformation from the inside out—learning to think as Jesus would think, to
feel what he'd feel, to perceive what he'd perceive, and therefore to do what he
|But because forgiveness and healing are always part of the plan, angels are |
always looking for ways to help us forgive and be forgiven. ... When we can't
forgive ourselves, I think it's most often a matter of our egos—either too much or
|The traditional - Industrial Organisational approach - the models, the targets, |
project planning and methodology, the things that most strategist are ... Therefore
, the second part is the human element that we now incorporate in matrix thinking
. ... We tend to spend too much time and money on crafting one perfect strategy
on paper and too little on the challenges of ... Even with radical strategy, we
always keep in mind the critical element of how the organisation does things
|Build a Killer Plan in Less Than a Day Paul Kurnit, Steve Lance. 10. ... Be like |
your mother and order twice as much as you think you'll need. (Oh, your mother ...
Your mother knew from experience that it's always better to have too much than
too little. Keep it ... If we're not catering lunch, we e-mail the participants in
advance for lunch orders or take the orders as soon as the participants arrive. We
|But too much often has the same effect as too little: if it is not harmful, at least it is |
not useful – for instance, too many ... In planning, as in most operations, we must
always select and maintain the right, appropriate amount of information and ...