When plans change, there always is a good reason leading to that change.
It doesn’t matter if it is comfortable or not. And yet, there is resistance.
It doesn’t matter who decided it. And yet, there is rejection.
The situation changed. That’s what’s relevant.
It’s a starting point. One from which the situation can be assessed. One that allows to refocus on the reason you participated in that plan. If that reason is still a given, it’s a moment to think about new ways to find how to implement it.
There is no reason to give up an idea because plans change.
A plan is only one way to implement an idea. It never is the idea itself.
Resisting change and rejecting change are in the way of letting go of what is already gone and welcoming what can be done.