Why Your Plan B Should Actually Be Your Plan A

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Alright, my daring decision-makers! Let's talk plans - Plan A, Plan B, the works. But let me drop a bomb on you - there's never been a Plan A that's worked with a Plan B hovering around. Why? It's simple: If you have a Plan B, it means you're doubting your Plan A. And let me tell you, darling, doubt and success rarely mix.

Plan B: The Real Deal?

Here's the real kicker - your Plan B often works because, deep down, it's the one you truly believe in. So, why not promote it to Plan A? After all, it's what your heart's whispering (or shouting) to you. It's like trying to fit a round peg in a square hole and then realizing you had a round hole all along!

BFF or Plan B?

Got an opposite-sex best friend forever (BFF)? Guess what? You might have your Plan B hiding in plain sight. And let's not kid ourselves - this Plan B could be your real Plan A. The one who's always there, offering a shoulder to lean on, with no ulterior motives, just pure, platonic affection (or so it seems!).

Re-evaluating Your Plan A

Here's a truth bomb: If you're reluctant to let go of your BFF because they're nice to you, maybe it's time to ponder whether your current Plan A is all that nice. If not, should this sweet, reliable Plan B step up to be your new Plan A?

Plan A or Someone Else's Dream?

Remember, if you have a Plan B, it's most likely what you're genuinely attracted to, and most importantly, what you need. Your current Plan A might just be a jumbled mess of someone else's wants and needs. And no prize for guessing, that's why it's not working out.


So, my daring decision-makers, consider promoting your Plan B to Plan A. After all, your happiness, your decisions, and your life shouldn't be on standby for a plan that's more someone else's dream than yours. Plan B could be your real path to success, and it's time it got the limelight it deserves!

Key Points:

  1. Doubting Plan A creates a need for Plan B.
  2. Plan B often works because it's what you truly believe in.
  3. Your opposite-sex BFF could be your hidden Plan B.
  4. Reevaluate your Plan A based on how they treat you vs. how your BFF does.
  5. Your Plan B might be what you're genuinely attracted to and need, while Plan A is someone else's dream.

Remember, in the game of life, sometimes promoting your Plan B can lead you to the success and happiness you truly desire! So, "Ditch Plan B: Make Your Dream Plan A Reality!"