Constant change has become part of people’s lives. Uncertainty makes individuals feel anxious. In the past, you could often attribute stress and anxiety to major one-off events – a new job, a failed relationship, or the onset of a health issue.
You pivot with these changes; you create a plan B. Now in addition to these macro events, you constantly encounter small hiccups with your job, children, and relationships. You cannot plan ahead for these micro pivots, nor can you avoid them.
Cultivate a mindset that flows with the uncertainty life offers and find opportunity in the disruption. To do this, you must develop resilience.