When your mind and heart are truly open abundance will flow to you effortlessly and easily.
Dr. Chopra, you mention “you do not need to have a complete rigid idea of what you do next week or next year” as this is a form of attachment. How then, would you suggest, to take on the idea of to-do lists? Doing things that need to get done in the near future without detachment? Along the same lines isn’t planning for a projects, such as a personal budget, or events that need to be done throughout the year at work, a form of attachment as well?
Lists are tools, and for many people they are useful in efficiently using time to accomplish a series of tasks. For others, lists can be become a psychological burden us with unrealistic or overly rigid goals that often put people in an emotional state of overwhelm that can make us less efficient and effective. The key is to know yourself well enough to use the to-do list in an easy, non-attached way.