In case you missed it in last week’s episode, I shared how my intentional adaptability tool has now been scientifically validated as a psychological psychometric that can predict and elevate change readiness and life satisfaction.

In this week’s episode, I want to share with you as an individual and equally as a leader, if that’s a role you play, the key findings of the research that was undertaken to scientifically validate IAQ.

Why?

Because I want to gift you a feel for why building this critical skill is foundational to thriving or as we call it in psychology, flourishing.

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