July 26, 2012 by bushaex
One of the simplest and most effective pieces of advice I can provide to anyone is the following: “Always have a Plan B”. Contingency planning has been a major component in my approach to business finance consulting and career training for many years. Due to increased volatility and unpredictability with both
the economy and financial institutions, it has also become more commonplace to include a Plan C and Plan D as a contingency plan in the event that something goes wrong with both Plan A and Plan B.