Have you ever been told by someone that your "Plan A" sounded great - only to have them tell you later to ensure that you had a "Plan B" just in case it didn’t work out?
I've heard that a few times in my life and I am sure you have also, but just because they suggested it doesn't necessarily mean that you have to adhere to it.
Your Plan A is your original mission. Plan A is your passion, the very idea you have for your life.
When our Plan A does not manifest quickly enough we automatically reprogram ourselves to become Plan B minded.
When this happens we cut off the circulation of Plan A which could be on the verge of manifesting if we only put time and effort into it.
Just because we don’t see our desires happening immediately doesn’t mean that it is not happening; It simply means that the stage is being set for your dream to prosper.
With this in mind, challenge yourself to not have a Plan B. That may sound nuts to some and insane to many. You may even find it uncomfortable, but stay focused and allow your original plan to play itself out, because with Plan B what you thought was just a great back up plan could actually become your greatest distraction!
Thursday, April 26 2018 10:28 PM EDT2018-04-27 02:28:35 GMT
Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump, and Vice Presidential Nominee Gov. Mike Pence watch as the balloons fall during the final day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Thursday, July 21, 2016. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
A delegation of city officials and Charlotte civic leaders made a formal presentation to the committee planning the 2020 Republican National Convention on Thursday.