When the weatherman says there is a chance that the temperature may drop, do you carry a coat that day? Do you always have an umbrella in the car just in case it rains? Then you understand planning for the worst. The sun may shine all day long, but in the event it becomes cloudy and begins to rain you are ready. You were prepared so the change in weather won’t affect your day.
When you are prepared for what may happen you are able to get through it faster and more comfortably. Do not let planning for the worst make you so cautious that it stifles you. Go into any situation with a plan for the worst possibility, but still go.
Know the consequences and the possibilities before you begin. Know the cause and effect and be ready to adjust as needed to see your goals all the way through. Be optimistic with a plan for whatever may come your way. You will enjoy life and your business more when you are not stressed by unexpected circumstances. The best way to counter it is to simply expect them.
Preparation…Now That’s Presidential!