This blog post is inspired by plans that don’t come together the way we think they should, and how do we find the silver lining.
Most people have a “Plan A” and a “Plan B” with “Plan C” being completely thinking on the fly, and “holding your beer and watching this” type of situation. We should bear in mind that there are 23 other letters besides the first three in which we can make plans by.
I have not seen many Plan A’s work out in comparison to Plan B and C’s. It can be disappointing for sure when the first plan doesn’t work, but that shouldn’t dictate the attitude or mood. Sometimes having to change direction can help us learn new things and meet new people. If the plans you have involved a team, it can be a great way to see how strong that team is and how well each person does with their part of the plan not working and finding a new solution.