When I walk into work expecting to work on one thing and something unexpected comes up that requires a lot of my attention and time, I must adapt, make sure I complete both assignments or get extension on one. When I get a new file with one set of facts and another set of facts comes out during discovery, I adjust and work with what I have. The reality is that just about everything about the practice of law is uncertain. That uncertainty can be a source of stress and insomnia or it can be an opportunity to learn new things, adapt to constantly changing circumstances and detach from outcomes. I accept uncertainty as an opportunity for growth and use it as a source of strength instead as a source of worry and frustration.