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Adapting to a Change in Plans

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Just sharing an awesome blog by Johanna Rothman. She talks about fall lines (she explains it, so you don't need to know this term before you read it) and what we all face when things don't 'roll' the way we expect them to.

Blog Link: www.createadaptablelife.

My favorite lines: "We make plans and "something happens." I don't know about you, but even with all my experience, I don't expect dramatic shifts in my life. I expect small shifts, not big ones.

When a big shift occurs, that's a change in fall line. We need to change how we react and what we do next."
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  • F8CONE8
    I appreciate you sharing this.
    2051 days ago
    For me,it comes down to the attitude, and sometimes that can be a big deciding how to handle new t hings when they pop up!!
    2052 days ago
    I like your words that you expect small shifts not always big ones. I think I should start living my life like that then I wouldn't have so many ups and downs. Thanks for encouraging me. emoticon emoticon
    2052 days ago
    I have weathered a lot of big shifts. I'm not sure I always handled them the way other people would have but I did learn a lot from experiencing them. Mostly that I'm tough and I'm a survivor. You can't necessarily protect yourself from storms. You can only take comfort in the realization that things will usually improve before the next storm hits.
    2052 days ago

    Comment edited on: 12/16/2015 4:55:23 PM
    Man of man, had this injury been a fall line for me. After too much time fighting it, I am adapting. Reluctantly. I resist change. Mightily. Thank you for sharing yet another good blog. It will take on my brain for a good while.
    2052 days ago
  • COOP9002
    thanks for sharing.
    2052 days ago
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