Loch Morlich in autumn with low-hanging clouds around the trees

While I was working with some graduates on adaptability this week, I asked for some good examples. One person mentioned nature, which was very apt, given that the summer greens are turning into autumn browns.

Like nature, we can benefit from a little reinvention now and again. When you know your purpose and what brings you pleasure, it becomes easier to tweak what you do and how you do it. In turn, you find more confidence to try something new.

On our way back from today’s walk on Britain’s highest beach, I bought the meat and cheese from the farm shop. Today’s new thing was Appenzeller cheese. Lovely!

These little tweaks can help you reinvent, renew your purpose and find new pleasures. Make them a habit, you get even more…

panoramic view of Loch Morlich in Autumn with a woman and a whippet on the beach in the foreground while the mountains are obscured by low clouds and mist

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By Paul Tran

Paul Tran helps people think and do things differently through training, facilitation, coaching writing and music. He enjoys spending time in nature, on beaches and mountains.