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Stop Planning. Just Do It.

Does this look overwhelming to you? (Photo by Startup Stock Photos from Pexels)

Yes, I mean it — put down the lists and the outlines and the brainstorms and just start somewhere. Even better, start at the point that makes you most excited about whatever project it is you are considering. This advice might sound counter-intuitive and I think it actually is. And let me say, if meticulous planning works wonders for your productivity, no need to switch it up. However, if you find yourself thinking, ideating, and…




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Mandi Gunningham

Mandi Gunningham

Creative mind turned software engineer trying to find balance in life.

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