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Planning For Greatness

My assumption is, now and then, you will do things you hadn't planned to do.

You'll react and respond to someone else's agenda and put the things you'd prioritized on the back burner.

This happens to me quite often.

Wardrobe building is similar. Now and then things pop up you weren't expecting.

God forbid a funeral, and you could use that black suit.

Corporate function calling for black tie and you dread renting a tux again.

Or, maybe your best friend's "surprise" beach wedding that you have no idea what to wear too.

Then we think, "why does this keep happening to me?"

If you're going to build a wardrobe that creates the impact you want, you must be intentional about how you go about it.

You have two choices.

You can wait for the next opportunity to present itself, and deal with it the best you can, or you can purposely plan for the progress you want to make.

So when that moment comes, there is no panic — only execution.

What's your planned strategy?



All the best-

DW

Jesus Guillen