Bite size resilience – Timing

It’s a fact that something will go wrong in our lives, at some point or another. But disaster has no respect for the clock. Our life clocks. Bad timing is inevitable.

In private or in business, there is never a great time for something to go wrong.

You can be alert and prepared as possible, but you can guarantee there will always be something different going on. Today, as resilience professionals, it’s a good thing we jump on a world-wide event and share it with our connections and others.

As resilience professionals, it’s a good thing we jump on a world-wide event and share it with our connections and othersIt’s easy to see the event headlines and the consequences of the impact on such businesses, their reputation and the people involved. But to some, it’s here today and gone tomorrow news. Tomorrow’s chip paper. Those not affected pay little attention and could be more easily interested in the latest celebrity gossip news.

It’s a fact that something will go wrong in our lives, at some point or another. Sad news, bad news, illness, injury, assault, business disruption. Whatever it is, the timing could be better.

But disaster has no respect for the clock. Our life clocks. Bad timing is inevitable.

You can mitigate any effects of course, in business and in private. Simple resilience and attitudes. Having the right people, in the right place, at the right time and with the right resources.

Timing, also gives us an opportunity.

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