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Stop, take a deep breath, assess the situation and try to deal with it accordingly. Do not panic, worst thing you can do, it will only make things worse.
Entrepreneur, Consultant, Trainer, Host, Worksite Wellness Subject Matter Expert, Master Certified Health Education Specialist
Roll with it. Plans are nice and provide a general direction for moving forward but what happens in the real world is often way better that I might have dared to imagine, especially when surrounded by people who have a shared vision and trust.
I'm a Toronto based freelance writer/ blogger, that specializes in writing web and blog content for companies and online news outlets. Currently, I'm working towards an Editing Certification part-time at George Brown College.
Talk to people I care about, and tell them what's going on, re-read passages from books I love, and go out for a walk, with my headphones on, alone for a while. I also am obsessed with pro and con lists, and rely on them.
interior designer, curious, art lover.
I usually freak out or laugh hysterically, first automatic reaction! Then I take a deep breath, try to calm down, look for the reason why things gone wrong, plus a possible solution. Things usually don't follow the plan, but I always cry out anyway.
Accept the change.
Lover of travel, great food, wine, music and film. Wisconsin native, Seattle Citizen. Apprentice of new technology and active participant in the use of old tech (tubes and 6 volt automobiles) Intense and intentional. Startup Finder and Angel Investor
Adjust the plan. Modify actions to impact the outcome
As Simon Sinek says: “Always plan for the fact that no plan ever goes according to plan.”
Wrote a blog once - about the pitfalls of planning :-) http://www.actplanb.com/index.php/planning-part2/#more-2879
Designer by chance, ditto for web development, digital data management, librarian, video producer, self-taught electro/acoustic/bit-brushing musician, pro audio enthusiast, commercial airplane pilot, environmentalist, coffee addict!
I look at whatever is going on like a road trip: you only plan your next 10 kilometres! When I look at my life, my plans, and where I am, I feel as reassured and as lost as I did before setting sail. (Pic of canine nirvana, the most unplanned bliss.)
Creating smart, snappy content for artists, healers + small business blogs. I make us both look good.
Remember that Edison invented the light bulb on his 250th try. That's 249 ways he learned how not do it. There is a learning curve to all our endeavors and no part of the process is a waste. http://omplusom.blogspot.com
User Experience designer, SEO professional, web developer and father of twins.
*sigh* back to work.
When you're trying to disrupt different markets or innovate a product/service, you have to be prepared for failure. But then, you get that one shining moment that makes it worthwhile.
Game addict, fluffy cat enthusiast, tortoise wrangler, designer of the graphics, and hopeful bookmaker.
Usually, I am the mediator in trying to keep everyone calm in most situations at work or in life. Keep calm so you can resolve the issue quickly.
What they don't know is I keep all the panic freak-outs to myself!
Freelance Illustrator, artist, dreamer, cinephile, runner, suit-lover, daywalker, rebel, addicted to art and always in for a challenge.
1. People say not to freak out. But I still do. This phase goes by rather quick & I jump to step 2
2. I start looking for a solution
3. I make a (logical) decision based on that
4. I'll ask around if I don't have the answer
5. And pray that it'll work
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