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Tip 4: Start Small

So, you now understand what adaptability is, how to see your reality, and how to acknowledge changes. It’s time to make some choices about what to do next. Start small. I love my plans. I have big plans, great audacious plans. I have lists of books to write, classes to create, and talks to give. …

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Tip 3: Acknowledge Your Changes

We often change so slowly we don’t recognize what’s happening. I wear my favorite jeans often. Then, one day I realize they are now holey and not wearable. Just yesterday, they were fine. Today? Not fine. It’s the same things when things change for us physically, intellectually, or emotionally. Sometimes our changes are great. I …

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Tip 2: See Your Reality

How do you feel about change? I like some changes. Others? Not so much. I like change when I can see the effect of my exercise program: I have more toned muscles and more endurance. I don’t like change when I see the scale with higher numbers. I also don’t like change that’s foisted on …

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Tip 1: What is Adaptability and Why That Matters

I talk a lot about adaptability on the blog. In case you missed it, let me set the context by defining adaptability. Adaptability is an effective change in response to an altered situation. Here’s why your adaptability matters. Life changes. Work changes. Our bodies change. No, you don’t have to have vertigo to realize your …

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