The Atlantic this week has an article entitled Surviving Uncertainty: A Few Tips by Lane Wallace.
As part of her credentials on this matter, she notes that:
“I’ve flown small aircraft on five continents. I’ve been stranded alone on a glacier in shorts and tennis shoes. I’ve found myself in the middle of rapidly destabilizing situations in African countries.”
She finds it helpful to
- Focus on the present.
- Keep perspective. Ask yourself, “what’s the worst thing that happens here?”
- Separate what you can’t control from what you can, and then focus on taking action on those items you can control.
- Learn to prioritize what’s essential, and loadshed everything else.
Take a few minutes to read her informative article by clicking here.