The more we spend time on our journey pushing to do more, to do different, to take on a challenge, the more the opportunity that something will get in the way and prevent us from completing our original plan. When that moment comes we have a choice of how we react to that potential “change in plans”. Our best path forward is found when we can stay objective, evaluate the options and then pick the best approach regardless of the initial plans. This is where plan B comes in. We need to find something that can adequately replace what we were setting out to do, to allow for an outlet for the energy that was stored up to get the initial challenge done and to make us feel that we are indeed doing the right thing. Plan B is so important that we each need to build an approach that can give us that alternative that we need to make the journey a success. So, plan B….right?