Other changes, like the ones happening on the technology front, make me feel like I just won the lottery...like the fact that I can run my business from my iPhone.
“It’s not the strongest or the most intelligent of species that will survive, but it’s those who are most responsive to change." - Charles Darwin
I realized this as a kid, when my family moved sometimes as often as every 3-6 months. While constantly changing schools and having to make new friends sucked, I discovered it came with a few advantages.
Like getting a boatload of second chances.
For example, in the 2nd grade, I peed my pants during recess in front of the whole class and as a result I was made fun of for the rest of the school year. But, when I changed schools in the 3rd grade, no one knew about the event and I had a clean slate. At my new school I was the best break dancer in our grade which eventually made me the coolest kid in class.
I learned a long time ago that when you're responsive to change, you usually end up ok. .
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