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How to Be Adaptable in 11 Simple Steps

How To Be Adaptable

How To Be Adaptable
  • Stop whining. Learn to accept the situation, adapt to it, and move on. 
  • Don’t mindlessly believe that something is ‘wrong’ and must be avoided. 
  • Discover your coping mechanism and consider changing some aspects of it. 
  • Be open to change. As long as it’s safe, embrace new things and experiment. 
  • Have multiple plans so no change will surprise you. 
  • Engage in positive self-talk occasionally, to help you adapt faster to changes. Stick to your natural inclinations. 
  • Do what you feel is right for you. 
  • Think big and let go of limitations. 
  • Don’t assign blame as a habit, it’s a waste of time. 
  • Learn the aspects of your life where you are exaggerating or neglecting to balance it. 
  • Stop waiting for self-imposed conditions.

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How To Be Adaptable

  • Stop whining. Learn to accept the situation, adapt to it, and move on. 
  • Don’t mindlessly believe that something is ‘wrong’ and must be avoided. 
  • Discover your coping mechanism and consider changing some aspects of it. 
  • Be open to change. As long as it’s safe, embrace new things and experiment. 
  • Have multiple plans so no change will surprise you. 
  • Engage in positive self-talk occasionally, to help you adapt faster to changes. Stick to your natural inclinations. 
  • Do what you feel is right for you. 
  • Think big and let go of limitations. 
  • Don’t assign blame as a habit, it’s a waste of time. 
  • Learn the aspects of your life where you are exaggerating or neglecting to balance it. 
  • Stop waiting for self-imposed conditions.

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