We're all familiar with "Plan B." It emerges out of the haze when Plan A has self-destructed for one of a thousand reasons. An unexpected snowstorm cancels our flight. We'll have to scrub a key meeting. Too bad. On to Plan B. If there is no Plan B, we'll have to improvise. We're usually unhappy with Plan B. It's a necessity, born of circumstance. We shrug our shoulders, wistful and disappointed. Oh, well. Plan A was so much better! But … it isn't happening.