Bees have developed a sophisticated system to deal with and mitigate risks. They can easily adapt to changes in the weather and other unforeseeable events. They also know how to work with constraints in place. They will work tirelessly during spring and summer to produce enough food for the winter months, during which they obviously won’t be able to collect anything.
We also need to be aware of risks and have processes in place that help us avoid these risks entirely, or if that’s not possible, mitigate their effects. Situations can change very quickly, so we always need to have contingency plans in place.