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Andrew Zolli, Resilience: Why Things Bounce Back Quotes: "Resilience is rooted in habits we can cultivate and change."

Resilience is rooted in habits we can cultivate and change.




Andrew Zolli, Resilience: Why Things Bounce Back Quotes: "The more beautiful the vision, the more complicated the execution."

The more beautiful the vision, the more complicated the execution.



Andrew Zolli, Resilience: Why Things Bounce Back Quotes: "Resilient communities relied on informal networks of deep trust to contend with and heal disruption."

Resilient communities relied on informal networks of deep trust to contend with and heal disruption.



Andrew Zolli, Resilience: Why Things Bounce Back Quotes: "The author says crises tend to reveal the connectivity of systems that had previously been study only in isolation."

The author says crises tend to reveal the connectivity of systems that had previously been study only in isolation.




Andrew Zolli, Resilience: Why Things Bounce Back Quotes: "The author says resilience is the ability to move rob a preferred state to an expanded list of alternatives."

The author says resilience is the ability to move rob a preferred state to an expanded list of alternatives.



Andrew Zolli, Resilience: Why Things Bounce Back Quotes: "Regular, modest failures are actually essential to many forms of resilience."

Regular, modest failures are actually essential to many forms of resilience.



Andrew Zolli, Resilience: Why Things Bounce Back Quotes: "Resilient systems fail gracefully. A perfect system is often most fragile."

Resilient systems fail gracefully. A perfect system is often most fragile.




Andrew Zolli, Resilience: Why Things Bounce Back Quotes: "The author says one of the sources of resilience is the ability to measure and perceive early warning signs so as to adapt."

The author says one of the sources of resilience is the ability to measure and perceive early warning signs so as to adapt.