I’m a fan of Plan Bs in the following circumstances:
- If there are more variables than Plan A covers;
- When a Plan B would make you feel better, braver and bolder to step into Plan A — with a cape of Yes flapping behind you;
- Because really, Plan B is your gem. You know yourself well enough to know that when you make a Plan A, it’s an exercise or necessary process for you to get to the juicy Plan B.
What do you think about this? Do you always have a Plan B? Never? Do tell. (And tell us stories.)