Most of us are ingrained with the notion that we must always have a Plan B.
We’re taught that we absolutely should have “something” to fall back on, just in case our dreams don’t pan out.
But I believe the “Plan B Philosophy” is exactly the thing that prevents us from really reaching our potential, and achieving our dreams.
When I immigrated to Canada from South Africa over twenty years ago, I had no Plan B. I had no other choice but to jump in, boots and all. I left myself no escape route.
And it wasn’t easy. At one point, I found myself backed into a desperate corner with only one month’s rent left in the bank. I recall tense days spent sweating bullets, and sleepless nights spent stressing about my future.