I relish each opportunity I get to be creative. When there are unpredictable situations, my ideas and resolutions are more original and leave a good impression.

Although emergencies at the office are sometimes stressful, I embrace each situation. They give me a chance to think quickly.

I use those moments to engage the thought process of my team. When I lead a collaborative effort by example, my team follows suit. I enjoy being part of a team that produces winning strategies.

I rarely worry when I am caught off guard. Having an optimistic mindset helps me stay calm and devise a plan.

That is the approach I take with unforeseen financial setbacks. I know that my survival instinct usually helps me to identify other sources of income.

I draw inspiration from my surroundings. Looking outside quickly opens my mind up to new possibilities. That allows original and effective ideas to flow.

Past challenges also help me to make intelligent decisions when an unexpected need arises. Wisdom comes from experience. I recall past approaches and reengineer them so they are applicable to the current situation.

Today, I am quicker at finding solutions because of my experience with unpredictable situations. I embrace the challenges and come up with creative ways to overcome them. I know that staying calm in the midst of trials helps me to produce well-thought-out ideas.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. What are some of the steps I can take to limit my exposure to unpredictable occurrences?
  2. How can I expand one creative idea into a game plan for proactive leadership?
  3. How do I assess whether my solution is more ideal than someone else's?
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