Do You Have a Backup Plan? Don’t Create One.

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Spending time developing a backup plan may prevent you from achieving your goals. In a new study reported in Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, subjects were asked to complete tasks with or without an alternative plan. Those given extra options had a lower level of success than those with fewer options, and showed less desire to succeed. Bottom line: It’s OK to have a Plan B, but A is for attention. (Men’s Fitness)