Shifts in the status quo are almost always unsettling. The most disruption occurs when we have little control over those catalytic forces.
Some examples of that kind of disruption:
- Loss of a loved one or critical team player.
- A new and robust competitor arrives on the scene.
- A storm (in the environment or in the marketplace) shakes our very foundation.
- Significant changes in policy or law emerge.
- Revenue drops precipitously.
- Family/Organization relationships become strained.
Turbulence happens. Disruption happens. Shift happens.
What we learn from it, and how we respond to it, is what matters most.
The healthiest RE-sponse is to... RE-flect RE-assess RE-align RE-learn
We can dissolve into dismay and drivel, or ... we can turn it into
GROWTH (which is its own form of disruption).
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