When Things Don’t Go According to Plan

When things don’t go according to plan, it sucks. So to mitigate our panic, we tend to stick to safe schemes — with minimal risk — in fear of not being able to handle the situation.

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[Paul B | Flickr | Modified]

Millennials are also the first in the modern era to have higher levels of student loan debt, poverty and unemployment, and lower levels of wealth and personal income than their two immediate predecessor generations (Gen Xers and Boomers) had at the same stage of their life cycles.

I get it, life isn’t going according to plan for a lot of us. But what is there to fear?

Plan, execute, adjust, complete.

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