Jeremy asks his readers to learn to never move without a plan, and then he also highlights many of the kinds of fundamental considerations that you need to be basing your reasons for moving upon. Sounds good right? Yes and no. But it also means when we have an imaginary titled player in our heads whom we consult and ask permission for before our every move.
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