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Positive narrative

The challenges are real and the outcome may be undetermined, and the narrative can still remain positive. Emphasize positivity, find solutions to problems, make it a positive narrative.

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End of day routines

Don't waste the time introducing problems that cannot be solved that day. It it's a worthwhile problem, there will be a better chance to fix it tomorrow.

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Set clocks

Recognize limits, be deliberate and prepare for what comes next. There's always more that could be done and a new time will come. Set clocks to mark time and transition to what's next.

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Mental schedule prep

Set out with right outcomes in mind, recognize the unwavering progression of time.

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Pathways to open options

Find pathways to increase options and grow opportunities. Choosing the _right projects_ is less important than finding something on the path.

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Appreciate best of others

Bring good energy and help others with their struggles. Find ways to appreciate the good from others. Work to be better for others.

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Adventurous perspective

Yvon Choinard says "Adventure begins when everything goes wrong." Another perspective is to approach days and projects as adventures, knowing everything will not go right. The destination is often less important than the adventure, like any good rantum scoot.

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Expected outputs

Recognize the expected outputs from a given effort. Don't expect results that don't match the inputs.

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Emphasize values

Personal values matter, especially during challenging times. Find ways to emphasize values within the given structure and confines.

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Make things, better

When change happens quickly, it's a chance to build new things. Use this chance to make things, better this time.

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