Get ready, and stay that way

If anyone faced some big hurdles, head-on, it was Gilda Radner, and she’s been an inspiration to millions for decades since her death in 1989.  A few of her words to live by:

If anything, artists need to be chamelons: adaptive, hopeful, and ready to face whatever comes.  You can do this.

“Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moment and making the best of it, without knowing what’s going to happen next.”
— Gilda Radner

Prep for the hurdles

Mindfulness: The Art of Cultivating Resilience — Lynda Klau, Ph.D
This psychologist outlines what an obstacle-ready life looks and feels like, with some ideas on how to practice this openness.   From one of PBS’ excellent blogs.

Ready for Anything: 52 Productivity Principles for Getting Things Done
by David Allen

“Mind like water” is a way of thinking about the way you react to new challenges:  enough, but only as much as necessary.  It’s also just one incredibly useful concept from David Allen‘s second most popular book (after the essential Getting Things Done), and this self-guided journey will change the way you see your own path through life.  Whatever you do, consider spending some real time honing these skills.

This is part of a weekly inspirational series on the Singerpreneur blog and social media for Lauri’s List. The 2015 quotes are also archived on Facebook and Pearltrees.
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