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In our rapidly changing world, adaptability is a must-have characteristic.
Organizations want team members who can take on new responsibilities and gain new skills as needed. You should not only be able to spot this quality so you can hire the right people, but also build it so that you stay employable.
An unlearning mindset is beneficial when you are looking for a new job in a different field.
When someone has found a solution, they may never look further for other solutions. But by not looking for additional solutions, they may be missing out on something better.
It is better to find ways to break habits you have, for instance, watching a movie in a different language, or walking an alternate route. It may seem minor, but will allow for crucial vantage point shifts and help you practice to unlearn.
Adaptability can be improved. You actively have to seek it out and exercise it.
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