That's exactly what we need to do when we're in the action phase of the change cycle. We make a plan, then get into action and see what happens. This helps us stay out of analysis paralysis. You don't need to wait until you have the “perfect” plan. An 80 percent solution is better than no action at all. Think of it as an experiment. You're going to try something and see how it works. Based on your results, you will respond and revise. When we adopt the spirit of improv, the action, evaluation, and respond process goes quickly because we don't spend time in indecision (Should I do it?”); rumination (“Why can't or won't I do it?”); or regret (“Oh, I just blew it.”). We just do and keep on doing, responding to the bounce back we get.