Agility and Adaptability

As much as we want things to come together seamlessly and for things to go 100% as planned, rarely does that occur. Our ability to embrace the unknown and “go with the flow” positions us to see the positives and the pleasant surprises in unexpected situations.

This commitment to embracing agility and adaptability in individual situations is important, but it is also essential when you’re setting expectations for yourself. Consider what you may have thought about what you were (or were not) a couple of years ago from a leadership standpoint before you picked up this book.

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