MORE IDEAS FROM THE POWER OF ADAPTABILITY: HOW TO ADAPT TO ANYTHING LIFE THROWS AT YOU. - Justin Thomas Miller
ACTION PLAN: Ponder about any situation or experience which you've been through and the necessary adjustments you've made to bring positive development in you.
Experience: I have a sedentary lifestyle
Changes I have made: Adopting a healthier lifestyle like regular exercise (morning sessions of athletic run for an hour) and mindfulness about eating healthy.
The book “Life of Pi,” by Yann Martel is an excellent representation of adaptability. It shows how your circumstances force you to evaluate or reinvent perspectives in life and the choices you’ve made.
Sometimes these evaluations or reinventions are done by choice. Other times they’re forced upon you – asking you to become adaptable.
So are you ready to push yourself out of your comfort zones and master "the Power of Adaptability?" Continue reading the next stash for the Action Plans.
Say it out loud with me!!!
I will ENDURE the challenges that comes my way and go THROUGH it and GROW through it!
Yes I CAN DO IT!
The fixed mindset is when you believe you’re either good/capable or not good/capable of something. That talent alone creates success, regardless of effort.
The growth mindset is when you believe that anyone can be good at anything and that your skills and abilities are because of hard work, practice, and action.
Remember we all are journeying forth in this amazing path of growth! To strive to become the best version of ourselves....Everyday we are evolving...Everyday we are being better and more beautiful than yesterday!
The 4 levels of Adaptability
The Comfort Zone (Ah...The soft cozy bed of our room...Mum's yummy recipes made with love for you!)
The Learning Zone (Where our ambitions and dreams hang out and party!)
The Panic Zone (Frustration...Panic....Ups and Downs kicks in...aka The Rollercoaster Journey!)
The Magic Zone (Or The Mystical Unknown...Where you unlock your highest potential!)
Gary Gagliardi tells us that to get to the Magic Zone we have to become more adaptable and that act requires great courage, tenacity, and experimentation.
“It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change”.
“The comfort zone is a behavioral state within which a person operates in an anxiety-neutral condition, using a limited set of behaviors to deliver a steady level of performance, usually without a sense of risk.” - Judith Bardwick in her 1991 work Danger in the Comfort Zone
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.
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