Volume 11, Issue 2 (1982)
The Future: A Context for Present Planning
Bartell W. Cardon
Possibly one of the most telling weaknesses of many who plan for the future is that they don’t take the future into account. It is true that tomorrow is not certain, that our crystal ball may not be perfect. On the other hand, it is folly to attempt to prepare ourselves for ensuing years without at least attempting to forecast, based upon our best judgments, what may be anticipated.
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