When markets change, people grumble.
The rules change and we didn’t want them to.
Everyone’s rules change together. Those fastest to optimistically adapt benefit most, with a good offence. Grumblers barely have time to form a workable defence.
You lost your king bishop, and you were leaning on him in your strategy. But we all lost our king bishops, now chess is played differently. Those most willing to fail quickly and learn the new rules of play benefit most. Grumblers just blame every failure on how they would have won if they’d still had their king bishop.
The rules change all the time. Sometimes in small ways and other times more substantially. It’s our response, not the conditions or changes, that determine our outcome.
Love the changes – it’s a winning strategy.