Embrace the uncertainty

Uncertainty isn’t fun.

It makes us feel doubt, and doubt makes us feel vulnerable.

When we don’t understand it, feeling vulnerable makes us feel unsafe, yet it is in conditions of uncertainty where possibility reigns, and the stimulus for learning happens.

Great practitioners understand this, and lean into uncertainty, seeing it not as a threat but as an invitation for curiosity, exploration and potentially new solutions.

They acknowledge the wobbly feeling of their perceptions being challenged, and recognise the trigger to seek and consider other options.

Can you recognise that feeling?

It might be a good sign…

#embraceuncertainty #clinicalmastery #uncertainty

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