How to Design “Plan B” Option For All Your Projects So You Don’t Fail

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How to Design "Plan B" Option For All Your Projects So You Don’t Fail

How to Design “Plan B” Option For All Your Projects So You Don’t Fail.

A philosopher once said, “When you fail to plan, then you plan to fail”, wow what a powerful quote, this should be seen as the basis on which all aspiring businesses can thrive. Planning plays a significant role when setting up any business or project.

The essence of planning is intended to explore and create a blueprint for the successful running of a proposed business or project.

As part of the factors of production, planning is tagged as the priority on the hierarchy even before finance. Investors will not finance any project without a detailed strategic plan work. Take note of the word “strategic planning.”

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Strategic planning means having a backup plan which is plan B.

Most investors would ask you this question, assuming this drafted plan does not yield the desired result then what happens?

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So what happens? Now you’ll be looking at the sky thinking of what to say so to convince them to invest in your project.

This is more reason why you should have a backup plan which you can immediately switch to in case the initial plan doesn’t work. You can also refer to it as a contingency plan.

In my earlier post on my diary, I wrote on FRIENDS WHO DISAPPOINTS YOU INSPIRES YOUR DRIVE IN LIFE, where I explained the need to have a backup plan and how this has contributed to my success. Having a backup plan puts me at the top of every situation always. You should take a look at this article, it’s really rich.

Now that we have seen the importance of “Plan B”, the next thing to consider is how to set up a plan B for all your projects. This means having a second option or back door to the initial plan which will work for the same project.

For instance, in my earlier post, I told a short story of how I was disappointed by my friend who I delegated the responsibility of proofreading a marital for publication. You can refer to the story here.

When I observed he wasn’t picking my calls, I immediately arranged for the next available person to take over the project.

You’re asking how?

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Well, it wasn’t just my friend I gave the book for proofreading, I also gave the same job to another person. What I did was to ask the other person to hold on, while I instructed my friend to start.

The other person who eventually did the job was put on a hold, and was activated immediately I observed my friend’s attitude towards the job.

Genius isn’t it?

Though I ended up paying way above what I budgeted for the job, nonetheless, then the job was delivered.

This first rule of winning a customer’s heart is “delivering on time.”

Customers hate disappointments, so as a businessman/woman this is the first principle of winning the heart of customers. Even if you have to go out of your way to make sure you deliver on..CLICK HERE TO FINISH READING

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