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To quote Lewis Carroll: "If you don't know where you're going, any road will get you there.
Planning your night - know where you're going and how you will get home.
If you want to know where you're going, you must know where you've been.
They're "a time saver" whether or not you know where you're going, says Michael Caron, vice president of product and program development for the Avis Budget Group of Cendant.
The deputies don't know where you're going so they can't get out of your way,'' Newlands told her.
It's not simply a matter of knowing your history so you'll know where you're going.
99, will let you know where you're going wrong from a three-day food diary you give them.
You need to know where you're going to start and where you plan to end up," Smith says.
One of the cliches attributed to Yogi Berra states, "If you don't know where you're going, any road will get you there.
It's a road map, so you know where you're going and how you're going to get there,'' Willett said.
Investing is a business," he cautions, "if you don't have any navigation, you don't know where you're going.
Ross' hit song "Theme From Mahogany" ("Do You Know Where You're Going To?
These students are certainly getting a snapshot of what life in the theater is like; when you're on the road, you never know where you're going to perform and you have to be adaptable,'' Prucha said.
Just as the Cheshire Cat advised Alice in Wonderland, "It doesn't matter which way you go if you don't know where you're going," so too with financial planning, says Michael van den Akker.
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