Differentiate between identifying tasks and scheduling them.
“Either write things worth reading, or do things worth the writing.” — Ben Franklin
Curiosity, discovery, and examination are all part of the same arc of wonder and joy. Further examination frequently leads to additional discoveries. To turn away from examination and reflection and analysis is to turn our backs on the wonders of our physical world and our amazing ability to perceive it. To attend, to pay attention, is to be awestruck.