Pedro Miguel Silva

Sabyasachi, the author of “What’s Your Plan B”, distances himself from the self-help herd by establishing his book not as an universal recipe, but rather as a companion for everyday actions and decisions. He has no ambition to lecture you on what makes a good professional as much as provide you with real-life examples of how others, including the author himself, have navigated adversity and anxiety without losing sight of their individual targets, whatever those may be. Though I believe the author hadn’t planned his book to take on a Covid-19 theme, one can’t help but see in his hands-on approach important lessons to struggle through a pandemic that has put on hold so many of our plans. Most of us could use a bit more resilience – and a Plan B – so we don’t lose focus on what gives meaning to our lives.”


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Lithuania calling this October. Really happy that I will be speaking at the PMI Congress in Lithuania on how to survive adversity. In my talk, I will share my idea on why we need a plan B and how to choose and make your Plan B.