In this day and age, I think everyone secures some sort of exit strategy before embarking into a new field, be it on a personal or a professional level. With experience, we have learnt that we don't live in our ideal dream world, and that things happen, weather we like them to or not. And thus; we all tend to find a plan B, just in case.
But does that mean that ur not putting 100% into ur current situation/job/relationship.. That by having an alternative plan, u really don't have enough faith in whatever it is ur doing to start with? and that the presence of an exit strategy dictates how u act in some way? Even subconsciously?
We all know that great things need a leap of faith for them to happen, but is it really a leap of faith if u have a safety net in case things don't work out? Or is it cowardly?
What's ur take on it?
- to seeing things as they really are xx
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