Think, but feel first

Planning is such a “grownup” thing.

Kids never plan. But “making a plan” is almost the first thing we learn from our parents in order to “grow up”. Because we can feel naturally, so the only thing we learn is to think.

“Thinking ahead” is planning. It’s good for us, most of the time.

But when it’s crucial to feel first, we should try to delay the thinking mode. Feeling gives the general direction, planning (calculation) is in charge of the specific steps in that direction.

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