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25. When Things Don‘t Go As Planned

Are things not going as you planned them? This, however ironic it is, is one of the reasons why you’re not getting to your next level. Even though more often than not, life happens and throws off your plans… having a plan for your life will give you direction.

In this episode of the For Kick-ass Women Only podcast, we talk about the importance of having the right plan that can guide you when things don’t go as planned.

Listen in to learn why having a plan isn’t about you stopping life from happening but instead having direction. You will also learn why you should sometimes embrace the universe’s plan as a lesson and a gift and not necessarily as a bad thing.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:

  • [2:49] Intro
  • [3:02] Why you need to have a plan as we’ve talked about in previous episodes.
  • [5:18] Kathy shares the many happenings that got in the way of her life in the past few weeks.
  • [7:46] Why having the right plan is about having direction and not control over your life.
  • [10:27] How you often become disconnected from your goals after life throws you off.
  • [11:24] Three reasons why having the right plan to guide you is valuable.
  • [14:59] Understand that God’s/ universe’s way is not your way.

STANDOUT QUOTES:

  • “Things rarely ever go as planned. When they do, you can consider yourself fortunate.”– Kathy [7:59]
  • “Having the right plan is not about control, it’s about direction.”– Kathy [8:42]
  • “When things don’t go as planned, they’re really going as planned even if you can’t see it right then.”– Kathy [17:22]

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