“Plan A”

if plan A didn't work the alphabet has 25 more letters. stay cool!:

Remember that “Big Plan”? lol

I was so convinced few weeks ago that I had the best plan ever, no one could tell me that it wasn’t going to work.

I prayed every day, listen to Joel Osteen every morning and before bed. Without a doubt, I believed I had the master plan!

On March 28, 2017, at 8 am all that hopes went downhill and uncontrollable tears set in. I reminded myself a thousand times that God will not withhold anything for them that trust him – Psalm 84 vs. 11.

Maneuvering a setback will require us to surround ourselves with families and friends that believe in us. Yes, it’s okay to cry, who doesn’t? But what next?

We need to brush ourselves off and move to “Plan B” or even to “Plan Z”.  Do not waver, we need to get this done! Once God has given us the inspiration/vision it is possible, let’s refocus our energy.

“Exceed your own expectations” Nickey

Start believing again, take the book up and start writing, complete the business plan, we have people to prove wrong.

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Marilyn says:

    Good read. Our destiny is not tied to any one situation and a set back doesn’t mean we have reach the end of our journey. Very inspiring, stay positive and keep pushing forward.

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  2. Kay says:

    If only we knew where our destinations were meant to be, we would just head right there without the struggles. But without our struggles, would it still be worth it? God has a plan for you and I pray that all your desires will come through ☺

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