Jeff Bezos is fond of a concept he calls 'Day 1'.
In Day 1 mode, you are continually in beta, exploring, reinventing, improving, staying relevant, finding the future.
The status quo counts for very little.
And following process correctly counts for even less.
But getting shit done quickly, and getting better results from it, is what really scores highly.
If your To Do list is anything like mine, it's probably littered with ideas and schemes and things we really should do because they're far more important than much of the stuff that's ended up on your list anyway.
But we make excuses, and 'Day One' becomes 'One Day'.
See the difference? A difference that could lead to irrelevance and doomsday if you choose the latter option too often.