When life is uncertain, our usual responses and coping strategies might not always work. The practice of mental agility can help us be resilient.

The author shares her thoughts after reading Elaine Fox’s new book Switch Craft: The Hidden Power of Mental Agility and has a better idea of how she responds to different situations. The article introduces the topic of “mental agility” and provides ways to cultivate our mental agility.

I believe that the transition into retirement involves, for most people, wide and varied amounts of change and uncertainty. The author provides ways to feel more comfortable during these uncertain and changing times.

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