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We all make plans. 

But we don't always stick to them.

Not being stubborn about sticking to a pre-made plan in the face of new evidence is desirable. Not doing so would be detrimental in many cases.

But treating plans as flexible when there is no new evidence is simply conceding to the whim of the moment. 

This is the type of flexibility that distractions and procrastination feast on.

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