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It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change. Leon C. Megginson
Adaptability is a skill that refers to the ability of a person to change his actions, approach, or mind to suit a new situation without any major setbacks.
An adaptable person means you can change your ideas or behavior to deal with new situations. The two main types of adaptation are physical and behavioral.
An example of adaptability is to look for new ways of handling multiple tasks while tolerating time and remaining composed when dealing with different people or situations.
To survive, we must be adaptable. We may have to change our minds concerning what we wear, what we eat, where we sleep while staying in tune with the times. Things are of no value when we are bogged down with the ways of the past including outdated traditions.
We must have adaptable competency to juggle multiple demands and be capable of staying focused on our goals, and can easily adjust how to achieve them.
Being adaptable is not only a good thing, but it is also an exhibition of strength.
I learned to boost my adaptability by changing my thought process. I let go of the Well, that’s the way I have always done it mentality. That attitude must change because, without risk, little progress is made. Be open-minded and encourage others to do the same, but more importantly, embrace learning.
Did you know adaptability increases you’re chances of succeeding? At times when we experience unpleasant and unexpected situations, being adaptable will ensure you don’t sink with the ship. To be socially adaptable, you must be a confident, appreciative, and apprehensive optimist.
In my opinion, it is better to change and adapt, then complain and remain the same. Either you adapt to change or accept the possibility you can be changed by it.
Just so you know, adaptability is the secret of survival.
Some may be incapable of adaptability or pliability? This shortfall may cause problems because life is so unpredictable things can change in the blink of an eye.
Life is ever-changing, so when we find people entangled with massive problems, you may also find a person who is rigid to change. Try not to live that way, life is already filled with rigidity and stale concepts. The moment you change, so will you’re life.
The measure of intelligence is the ability to change. Albert Einstein
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