Message from Regina: Adaptability Equals Survival

I had an epiphany of sorts recently when a friend reminded me that it's not the strongest or the wisest who survive, but the ones who are the most adaptable. It struck me that adaptability — defined as “the ability to change (or be changed) to fit changed circumstances,” is, hands-down, our most important survival skill in these turbulent times.

To understand the deeper meaning of adaptability, think of it as a parallel to the theory of evolution. Darwin posited that unforeseen change

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