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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Adaptable People Are...
  • Experimental because they have the mental fortitude to face uncertainty
  • Resourceful
  • Those who see opportunity where the other sees failure
  • Forward thinkers
  • Patient and understanding
  • Accountable for their own actions
  • Able to engage in positive self-talk
  • Humble and do not care about the temporary spotlight
  • Curious because it enables growth
  • Adaptable
  • People who tend to stay on trend
  • Who looks at the bigger picture
  • Open-minded to other people's point of views
  • Firm believers on what they stand for.

Not all change is a good change. Some changes can be harmful and those changes need to be avoided.

Knowing what needs to be changed and what needs to be embraced boils down to one thing: does it allow you to live a happy life?

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