When you have a “Plan B”, you will most likely quit Plan A.
You have already established that “escape plan” in the back of your mind when you think of Plan B.
A plan is simply, steps to get to a final destination, end goal.
With that being said, the end goal should never change, but the way you get there may change.
When we create plans we must accept that not everything will go as planned.
Therefore, we must learn to adapt and overcome, pivot.
This does not mean fall back on Plan B.
It means be resilient, learn from the hiccup and move on.
So when you get knocked down and everything seems to be falling apart, stick to the plan. Keep going!