Frequently, this type of avoidance of planning is typical in people that are afraid of failure. The possibility that their plans might not come true freaks them out. I don’t know about you, but I would rather plan and conquer a few things, risking occasional failures due to unexpected events, than a whole life of chaos.
Life is not long enough for you to do everything you desire. You have about 15-17 hours a day to make the best of your time. What you choose to do daily shapes your future. To reach desirable outcomes, you must focus on specific paths that lead to winning results. You can’t do that without strategies.
A lot of people fail to plan because they fear things will go wrong and they will have wasted their time. Why is the fear of making mistakes, failure and wasting time is so powerful? Is it really so true that we must all give up planning and just live our lifes in autopilot?