Baldrick, famously, hatches cunning plans which always back-fire.
Dick Dastardly, equally famously, hatches devious plans which always back-fire,
and he usually has to be saved from destruction by his pet dog, Muttley.
So, what is it that they are doing wrong?
The plans they hatch purport to deliver the best possible outcome
but from their own, limited perspective, alone.
But surely, having some form of plan
is better than having no plan at all?
The key may be in the phrase, ‘some form of plan’.
Meticulous planning to the ‘nth’ degree is destined to fail
if it leaves no space for spirit…
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