Adaptable or Compromising?

Webster defines “adaptable” as capable of becoming adapted. It goes on to give an example “an activities director who’s adaptable to any kind of situation.”

As small business owners we must be adaptable to any kind of situation.  Stick it out in business long enough and you will come across many situations in which you must adapt.  Being able to adapt can help keep you sane at times.

For me, being adaptable does not mean compromising my core values as a company or as an individual. Is there a difference for you? I’d love to hear about it.



About Kerri Karel

Kerri has over 21 years of well-rounded experience in marketing, ecommerce and public relations. She has lead multi-million dollar marketing and ecommerce projects. Additionally she has 10 years of start-up experience. She also has 10 years experience in planning trade shows, special events and conferences. View all posts by Kerri Karel

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