Do you consider yourself to be adaptable?
Do you consider yourself to be adaptable? Whatever you think of yourself as a human, you are officially the most adaptable creature on the planet. 3.5 billion years of evolution has apparently paid off!
But our ability to be adaptable comes with some pros and cons.
If you look at the 22 million people living in New Delhi, the most polluted city in the world, you’ll quickly see that these people have adapted to toxic air and water, with garbage everywhere.
What’s impressive is that it shows how humans can adapt to survive pretty much anywhere. But that’s also part of the problem.
I can’t tell you how many brilliant, amazing humans I have seen adapt to a toxic work environment and simply learn to survive it. I’ve been there myself. But if you are anything like me, you are not here to survive. You are here to thrive.
So, I want to introduce you to a new concept in adaptability. You see, you can adapt to your current circumstances, or you could have a future vision of who you are, what you’re really here to do, and the legacy that you’re here to create… and you could adapt to that.
Imagine that for a moment. You could actually adapt to the future environment you’re envisioning and, through that process, create it. Or, you could continue to adapt to an environment that someone else created for you, likely without your mental, emotional, or physical happiness in mind.
I am a certified Adaptability Quotient Practitioner. I help my clients to not just operate at the highest level in their current environment but to navigate the future they are here to create.
My Inspired Action Accelerator is starting shortly. It is a group of amazing humans who want to accomplish or discover an ambitious game changing goal, blaze a new trail, climb a new mountain, and have a quantum shift in thinking and mindset.
My question for you is simply, what would happen if you used your amazing powers of human resilience to adapt to that future vision? Then who would you be?
If you would like to find out, here’s the link to the program. Find your inspiration.
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