The more you sweat in peace, the less you bleed in War.

This is drilled into the minds of all soldiers. After all, the premium attached in a combat scenario is life or death. The faster you pull the trigger, the more your probability of surviving. Simulated drills and contingency planning go a long way in mitigating death.

Drawing a parallel to executives in the corporate world, To what extent do you integrate this axiom in your Life?

If you job is taken away from you today, what would you do?

If you have thought about it, good. You may have already have implemented the axiom.

If you haven’t, think about it

What is your plan B? If your plan is dependent on someone else hiring you, it is after-all a dependency and you may end up desperate and out of choices
What else is then the plan?

You may have spent enough time designing Disaster Recovery Mechanism for Hardware Assets.

Have you spent enough time designing resiliency recovery mechanisms for you??

Opened notebook and silver pen on desk
Some Food for thought for your well-being

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