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The 3 time-saving steps of route planning

April 03, 2014     ShareThis

Recently, Huffington Post contributor Judith Natelli McLaughlin praised the dubious art of getting lost. Claiming that there’s more than one way to get pretty much everywhere, she calls readers to celebrate their directional impairment for the richness it brings to their lives:

      “It doesn’t matter which way you happen upon, you will arrive at your predetermined destination. As I see it now, it isn’t always about the destination but rather about the journey. My sense of direction, or lack thereof, has taught me a most valuable life lesson — it’s OK to get lost. You will get there.” (Huffington Post)

Planning your journey

All well and good for the private citizen, but not good advice to someone in the professional world. I doubt very much that delivery drivers giving speeches like this to their supervisors would gain much traction.

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