Having  sea legs means you work well with the wind.

You adjust and trim the sails to scoop as much wind as you can.

You turn your boat and tack at an angle when the wind is coming straight at you, using the wind’s adversity to make some progress after all.

You batten down the hatches and ride out the storm when the winds try to sink you.

When there’s no wind at all you get out the oars and start paddling …and pray for more wind.

You are increasingly comfortable with the discomfort of those winds of change.

You don’t curse them you capture them!

And others start wanting to be part of your crew!