The Week in Pieces #11 - Enormous Changes At The Last Minute



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Hello again.
Our family finally find ourselves affected by Covid this week, with two positive tests in the last few days. As such, a bare bones digest this week - as we find ourselves navigating sudden changes and adapting, here are some articles I’ve read that have informed that thinking.

3 Tips to Help You Develop the Mindset to Adapt to Change |
Harvard lecturer: 'No specific skill will get you ahead in the future'—but this 'way of thinking' will
Change Is Constant. Here's How to Handle It |
The Better You Know Yourself, the More Resilient You’ll Be
As resistant as I am to the inspirational quote, I often find myself coming back to this one from Arthur Ashe:
“Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.”
These statements feel a little less abstract when you’re able to apply them to real life. This thinking was absolutely instrumental in helping me to prepare and schedule a newsletter in eleven minutes this week!
That’s it! Thanks for opening the mail or clicking the link, and I hope you and those close to you stay well.
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Piers Campbell

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