|We were visiting my mother-in-law in Milwaukee a week or so ago, on Sunday morning we got some coffee and walked to the lakefront where we watched some of the USA Triathlon Age Group Nationals. As we were watching the leaders in the sprint division run to the finish we got a visit from a little friend, pictured here.
He ran by us, down and then up the hill and stopped about 8-10 feet from us. He hung around for a while; one reason being another couple threw him some pieces of a muffin. He has, obviously, adapted to city life, or at least city-park life, and people.
We can all take a lesson for this fox and realize we have to adapt to changes. Here are a few examples.
How are you adapting in your business and in your life? It’s not something we should necessarily ask ourselves every morning when we get up but when we see how we can adapt to newer technology or processes we need to jump on. Not just for the sake of being current, but if it can save us time, money and/or energy.
“The definition of Ambivalence is watching your mother-in-law drive over a cliff in your new Cadillac.” David Mamet (Not that I feel this way about my mother-in-law; the quote just fit.)