One of my trainees who works in consulting said he was stressed out by open-ended inquiries from clients. I would say that many people have good knowledge reserves, but poor adaptability, and most of the "critical moments" when changing their lives require email list quick and accurate communication. Poor adaptability is easy to suffer.
Then I asked him, what is the most important thing to transform systematic knowledge into flexibility? After careful consideration, he thought it was "practical experience".
I told him, that's right, but the ability to adapt is not like other skills, it is particularly difficult to actively train , because once it is "artificially arranged", it cannot be called "resilience". And your job itself provides an opportunity for "real contingency training", and it's your boss who pays you to practice. This is actually very rare.
With just such a "change frame", he suddenly realized that he was under a lot of pressure because he interpreted work as "satisfying customers", but he never thought that work could also be regarded as "resilience training" . Once he changed his perspective on work, he relaxed. It is a lot more humane to communicate with customers. On the contrary, it is highly praised. "Inadvertently inserting willows and willows" has been realized in this way .
In my opinion, the most powerful mental ability of being human is that we have " the ability to give meaning to things " , the same thing, we can find the most interesting definition according to our own needs , so as to achieve the maximum effect.
For another example, for a long time, people generally believed that money was wealth. However, in today's slower class mobility, income efforts are hardly proportional. So, young people can only lie down and lay flat and rotten?
Have you ever thought that we can also seek ways to break through the dilemma of life by " changing the frame " of wealth . What is wealth? Is it currency? No, strictly speaking, money is just a medium of exchange under the credit of the state.