How to Develop the Savviness Required to Help you Effectively Cope with Any Change?

Hani Ameri
7 min readOct 24, 2020
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Life sucks when you are bad at making choices, isn’t it?

It is a total roller coaster. The only difference is that you do not know when the next low or high will come. We just flow by it.

But the real question is: Are you even ready for it?

What if life throws you in a difficult situation? What will you do? Are you prepared if your company goes bankrupt and is mentally distorted because you will become unemployed for months?

Alternatively, what if your loved one leaves you amid your crisis, saying you need a break or are not in good shape lately, how will you respond to the situation?

It is entirely normal to breakdown. Things can get pretty tough very quickly. However, the question is if you can smoothly overcome such situations in life or not.

Have you leveled up your game to such an extent that bad things or wrong timings don’t shake you?

Well, get ready to level up because soon you will find out what you have been missing in life. Here are some life-changing ways for you to develop savviness.

1. Let the Bygones be Bygones

The past stays in the past. Do not let it creep into your present and destroy your peace, and do not let it feed on your mental health.

You need to break the chains that are keeping you from moving on. There is no other way to escape the past darkness than to follow a light that WILL help you look at the brighter things.

At the same time, do not let the past affect your future planning. Remember, not every situation is the same. There is nothing wrong with falling in love again.

There is nothing wrong with going for an interview for the 10th time. There is nothing wrong with reassessing things. Your fearless behavior will develop the savviness you need to fight your past.

2. Make Peace With the New Change

You can do nothing about the job you lost but stop thinking about it and coming to terms with it.

Hani Ameri

Trying to encourage you to go out there to make the shift toward a Growth Mindset. Review, Consume and Create. Cut the mustard for your success. Let’s connect!