Do You Have Adaptability?
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... is a combination of flexibility, your attitude and willingness to adapt, and versatility, your ability to adapt.
The effectively adaptable person meets the other person’s needs and his own by treating others as they would like to be treated.
Adaptability changes with context and most people think they are more adaptable than they actually are.
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Many times we feel the pressure to adapt perfectly to our environments, not to waste our time and to maximize it.
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Total efficiency constrains us. We become highly invested in maintaining the status quo because that is where we excel.
However, innovation is a threat and change is terrifying. Being perfect at something is dangerous if that is all you can do.
Inefficiency forces us to develop other traits that give us the flexibility to adapt to changing circumstances.
Leave aside the fear of new challenges. Leave aside the fear of not being the best. When you put yourself in situations where you aren't the most skilled, you learn and grow and adapt. When change comes, you will have a broader range of skills to explore new possibilities.