Everyone, at some point during his or her career, will experience the slightly guilty feeling of looking for work while still employed elsewhere. It's always preferable to search for a job while employed in order to maintain some level of financial and professional security — not to mention, it looks better to recruiters. Still, it's a difficult balancing act, especially when it gets to the interview stage.
While planning helps most of us stay organized and on top of the tasks we need to complete, it turns out that this planning might just be getting in the way of our productivity. A professor at Cal Newport has devised the Anti-Plan Theory, which advises people to throw caution to the wind and adapt to whatever is thrown their way.