The Importance of Plan B 1

Plan BI have always believed that plans are just that . . . plans. And, plans are subject to change. And sometimes the plans are totally blown up and fall apart. Hence, the importance of Plan B.

You should always ask yourself “what happens if this just doesn’t work out? What should I do?”

John Lennon wrote “Life is what happens when you are busy making other plans”. Believe it!

In fact, I think you can’t decide whether to execute Plan A, unless you know what Plan B is, so you can decide whether you could accept the alternative outcome.

Having a Plan B, puts you in control.

Of course this is a good practice for business but, for your life it is essential.

Do you have a Plan B?

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  • Bill Tanski

    In nearly everything I’ve done in life for the past 30 yrs or so, I’ve had a Plan B….for personal or business matters.
    But I do wonder, now that I am retired, if having Plan B’s all the time…at least for personal matters, leads to less
    spontaneity, and thus less fun? My wife tells me I even have a “Plan C” for most things.