We think about what we would do if we were not at our day jobs. We make plans, our plan B. But how many of us actually make that change? The thought of the many bills that we have to pay without our day job. The thought of leaving what we know to walk through a door into unfamiliar territory is probably enough for us to place plan B in the bottom drawer. We'll bring it out again when we want to dream.
This leaves us with Plan C. Where did Plan C come from? Not long ago I read an article in the New York Times about Plan C, Maybe It’s Time for Plan C.
This had me thinking. Maybe Plan C happens when we leap without thinking too much or when we get pushed without warning. Maybe, subconsciously, Plan C is what we're all working towards.