In a word, no. As dot, Nihilist and human alluded to, there are times where the urge to "just do something" (do anything?), is counterproductive. There are times where our enemies are baiting us to act and knowing they have the upper hand, in those cases to choose to act is to play in to their hands. Specific examples from my lifetime, if not necessarily my own lived experience, include protests against various wars (Gulf 1 & 2, bombing Kosovo, Afghanistan, etc.), the anti-globalization summit-hopping era, Occupy, and the current antifa tide.
This is not to be mistaken for doing nothing, but sometimes the best choice is to bide our time, to grow connections and affinity, and to build infrastructure. All of these are ways of doing something, but they are not likely to be the things that appeal to someone incensed by whatever the latest social atrocity happens to be. They aren't geared at necessarily dealing with specific temporal conflicts, but at looking at the long game.
Anarchy as chess.
At the same time, I don't think that looking at the long game means not showing up and acting in the moment as is appropriate (what is appropriate for each of us is a conversation for a different question, or, probably more appropriately, for you and your friends). Sometimes bodies need to be in the street. Sometimes the best propaganda is the sound of a plate glass window dropping. Sometimes "attack" actually means attack. I love those times. What I don't do is delude myself that those times are somehow more valuable than other more slow and deliberate work.
Sure, I can read some old communiques and feel a sense of how great certain moments of open rebellion were. That is not a false memory or a reinterpretation of the past, they were fun,exhilarating, character-building, and, sometimes, even politically effective experiences. What I don't do (or try not to do) is chase replication of the particular aesthetic those moments as spectacle.
By all means, wreck some shit and burn a thing or three, but don't think that because it felt good to wild out on the prole stroll with your comrades this time, that next time you should do it the same, or that you should even necessarily respond to provocations.
Our enemies aren't as stupid as we think, they have more people dedicated to thinking through strategy of the chess game than we do. Sometimes the best action is waiting.