Whenever you want to achieve something in life, you always need a thorough and a complete plan to accomplish it. A plan has to be clear, definitive, functional, rational and full-proof. But, it has also been noted on many occasions that, some ideas, even after very putting forward and executing a very propounding plan, just do not work out.
Life doesn’t stop, right? Yes, a failure can bring you down on a temporary basis, but it can never put you out of the game, the game called—life.
And, this is where the clever ones always keep in and reserve a plan B and rectify the issues from the initial plan.
The value of having a plan B
Many great people have suffered from a problem called: failure of Plan A. But, this does not mean they gave up, they just made sure their plan B worked. Many in the past had shifted to plan B, as soon as they could’ve conjured up the prophecy that their initial was not going to work.
Even in today’s daily and regular, we have to use this notion and make the most of our idea. Having a plan B should also be in your plan A, as that might just be the best fail-safe switch you can ever have.
Having a Plan B can help you to achieve the things that you couldn’t work out with the first plan. In fact, plan B can offer you a much better chance to shoot the moon!
Having multiple plans
In any kind of scenario—like educational, professional, business, or career growth—it is always vital to have a concrete plan. But, it is also vital to have a second plan too, in case the first one does not work out. You should even have multiple plans; just make sure that your vision does not end even after you fail for a couple of times.
But, having a plan B is a good start, especially if your project or aim is quite titanic or enormous in nature.
Make amends and continue
Whenever you are looking for success in any kind of field, it is vital that you must have multiple provisions and amendments in its process. Success is a continuous process, and one must be patience with the results. If any of your initial plans do not work out, always use other means or recommendations to amend them. Of course, the “other” in this is actually and indirectly a life saving ‘B Plan’.
Having a plan B does not mean you have to change your work or your line of work completely, it can also mean having a different way or approach to tackling the issue on hand. Of course, there is no definitive highway ramp indicator which says turn left for the road to Plan B, but one has to figure out and pinpoint the position where the ramp should be in his or her life’s freeway.
It’s never too late
It does not matter whether your first plan worked or not, the world goes nowhere and you can start again, afresh with your plan B. But, for that, you must first and foremost keep a plan B with yourself. If you procrastinate making the plan B, then you can actually delay your own work, and this can also cost you in the long run.
With a Plan B in hand, your plan A can also get a boost
Having a Plan B is kind of an insurance policy that you intangibly make with yourself, and it allows you to take risks on the first plan itself!
Yes, believe it or not, it has been noted many times that with the assurance of another plan, people tend to take more challenges and risks in their initial work, and thus generating a Eureka moment on the first plan itself. Just make sure you do not get caught in the lethargy and complacency over having a backup plan.