Change is a constant. And if you’re not constantly thinking about how to adapt, you’re only going to fall farther and farther behind. Adapt to change by improving yourself and your skill set.
To Adapt, Ask yourself:
- What can I do to improve?
I’ve pivoted a few times in the last 7 months, let alone in the last 7 years. Welcome to the 21st century.
While seniors can afford to avoid changing, it’s simply not an option for younger people.
Living in a flood zone?
“My next car will be an amphibian.”
Living in a drought zone?
Adapt water systems reduce, reuse, and recycle water.
We had a fantastic time at the #AdaptingtoChange conference this week with @AquaticBrighton. The event brought together experts from all over the world to look at future challenges we face with water supplies, and how to tackle these. Paul Hickey and Ian McAulay tell us more… pic.twitter.com/XHJcFPnLaY— Southern Water (@SouthernWater) February 27, 2020
Why we fear change
The impact it has on our life