Plan A is working only on projects that I like. Even better: projects that passionate me.
Having a Plan A is knowing that the previous stage, one and only within my new configuration, is absolutely unnegotiable. And reaffirms that facing any doubt I won’t see any doctor or psychoanalyst, but I will go just one paragraph back. Not a hundred steps back.
Having a Plan A is not succumbing before the comfort of repeating the past.
Having a Plan A is not living drugged by constant complains, but awaken by enthusiasm.
Having a Plan A is your desire knocking out your fears.
Having a Plan A is, in the end, having projects that make me feel fresh, dynamic, joyful.
My Plan A is, just as that Ivan Lins and Vitor Martins’ song says: “Beginning again, counting on me”.
Knowing that I am my main partner. And, at the same time, that I don’t want to be a lone ranger or one-man band.
I know that I am good at teamwork. I want to invite others to produce my projects, feeling empathy with them. And, why not, be also invited to work in other’s projects, if that makes me happy and if I can add an extra value to them.
Everything shows that my new entrepreneurship should be called Plan A.