“What if” Strategy

Todd Stottlemyre Uncategorized 1 Comment

I’m big on making a plan, building a strategy and then executing on that plan.

But I also know that all plans don’t always work out exactly the way you planned them.

Today I want to talk about the “what if” strategy  that I learned from a Hall of Fame manager – Mr. Tony LaRussa. He was prepared in a ball game for every situation. He had gone through so many different “what if” scenarios that he always seemed to be prepared for the next move.

That is what I want this message to be for you – Not only to build your plan and your strategy but ask yourself- “what if” and do the necessary preparation so that when things happen you don’t plan for, you are ready to pull the switch and make the right move.

Hope this helps
& Be Relentless

Comments 1

  1. My uncle always tells a joke, What if my Aunt had balls well she’d be my uncle…. it’s doesn’t apply to this concept, however contingency planning does which of course can and is useful when emergency’s happen. It is also similar to critical thinking. Let’s not over think nor underthink, lets be focused. It’s important to continually push forward and Philosophize about positive things, in all matters. Little bit, by little bit, is still considered progress. Smart intelligent moves forward. Reflection is key as well, but let’s not dwell and forget about how great life really is. Let’s us not forget to give thanks and praise the Lord for all his goodness. Amen Champ.

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