Planning for your quit is planning for the future

Blog Post created by jonescarp.aka.dale.Jan_2007 on Apr 11, 2015

Yes there will be some clouded "brain fog" moments but if you know they are coming, you can plan for them. Think ahead.  "I'm going here today, how might my quit become at risk? and "What is my exit strategy to retain my quit?"

I was a carpenter/and licensed general contractor after I left the road as a singer/guitarist in many groups.

My dad was a carpenter. I worked with him building and installing cabinets from the time I was 8 years old. FYI, My user name is shortened version of my old company name, Jones Carpentry.

When we build a gate, we always install a cable and turnbuckle so when the gate sags (and they all do after time) it can be adjusted without rebuilding the whole gate.

Is planning ahead and thinking of things to do before something happens making sense to you? Find and install your turnbuckles before your quit sags, ok?