|Plan to Reality Equals Vision|
What starts with a vision requires a road map to get there. A well-defined plan is that critical building block. Simple as it sounds, it is a pivotal piece. That well-defined plan makes something good or so-so into those more vibrant adjectives such as amazing, stellar or simply the best.
Relate this to a landscape master plan and often times folks balk at why it is a necessity. When jumping into personal #Design projects, too often this pivotal piece, the 'plan to reality equals vision' gets benched. So on this summer Thursday when some might still be contemplating overall landscape plans, let’s repeat this simple 101 #Design thought - a master plan not only defines the vision but also shapes its reality. And here’s the big one - when working with other disciplines, it merges the overlaps and seams together the differences.
To end on that #DailyQuote note, Robert Collier’s words of wisdom ring true with the above. “It is your work to clear away the mass of encumbering material of thoughts, so that you may bring into plain view the precious thing at the center of the mass.”
#Design projects should always shoot for a center point of success. To visualize this thought, the above image is the aerial vision of Stately It Is. Catch up on your summer reading and check out last Friday’s post. Plan to reality should equal your vision.
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