Planning vs. Experimenting

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I draw a plan and work out every detail on the plan before starting to build. For otherwise one will waste a great deal of time in makeshifts as the work goes on and the finished article will not have coherence. It will not be rightly proportioned. Many inventors fail because they do not distinguish between planning and experimenting.
— Henry Ford

Eric E. Anderson

Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, NY 11233, United States

Lives in Brooklyn and makes a living creating a better web at Squarespace. Most of his free time is spent wandering around New York City practicing the craft of photography.