What Agility Can Do for Your Purpose

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Sometimes life just hits us with a curveball. We started a new job. We form new relationships. Things get busy suddenly. Before this change we had established a flow, but now everything is up in the air.

Now we can’t control what happens; but we can strengthen our ability to ride the wave of change while remaining committed to our passion and purpose.

By developing agility, which simply means being able to quickly adapt appropriately to an unexpected circumstance, we can reduce the risk of letting our dreams catch dust due to the winds of change.

  • Agility requires sensitivity

People who thrive in the face of change have learned to read subtle shifts in the tide and adjust accordingly.

  • Agility calls for a new rhythm

Old patterns of behaviour, believe it or not, will not flow in a new season. If you want to cultivate a sense of accomplishment, you’ll need to adapt your way of being to this new normal.

  • Agility will test your resiliency

When things change your mind will want to resist. But lean into this challenge, as it will form and draw the best out of you.

Now, as you move towards your destiny, may you find the creativity, courage, and commitment to follow through with agility.

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