Okay, you know your limitations. And, you still want to paint.
1. Assess the job requirements.
Example: The job requires bending over, and you can’t do it. Move on! Many times, finding another way will not work.
TIP: Certain actions specify certain reactions.
2. Acknowledge you can do the work.
Example: How can you develop a better or easier way to do it, which does not exacerbate your limitation?
3. Simplicity. Find the easiest and safest way to accomplish your work.
TIP: Simplify steps and movements, methods, tool use, etc.
4. Intelligence. Work smart. Assess the situation, in order to paint in as stress-free environment as you can.
Adaptability depends on relating your abilities with your expectations.
When painting, consider your skills and abilities to be ever-changing. All you need to do is utilize them in different and new ways.
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