If Plan A doesn't work, you can try only 25 more plans. But change the order and seee if Plan 1 doesn't work, the number has no limitation...Keep planning... Plan 2, 3,4,5,.............................(n-2),(n-1)..n :)
I hate to bring politics and/or religion into this, but given the news coverage of late... I figured the reason to be concerned about Plan A not working was because someone (whomever you like to blame) was going to try to force Plan B to be either covered or not covered by my insurance.
Hi there again. Still going at it? Can I ask a question - do we ever stop or keep going for different plans to achieve objective? In my view sometimes we need to acknowledge the absurdity and vanity and just STOP. We change our goals and do something more productive and worthwhile.
Does this sound like giving up to you and not being Thomas Eddison-like?