As we approach the end to 2015, many of us will begin to think about improvements or changes we’d like to make in our lives.
For some, these changes come in the form of New Year resolutions, for others, they might take a less formalized, yet equally important tone. Either way, we've made the decision that we're ready to take action on something we want to be different in our lives.
While making this declaration in some way, shape or form is an excellent first step, and often provides us with the necessary initiative to get started, it is typically not enough to sustain the momentum for very long.
There is a lot that has to take place behind-the-scenes if we want our desired change to truly succeed and to stick. But these are often disregarded or ignored, because they require time, and a different kind of effort than just physical action.
It's easier to make the decision and hope everything falls nicely into place, than to consider the various ways we must evolve to fully embody our change.
This Month's Theme: Preparing For Change.
This month we’ll delve into how to prepare for change in a way that not only considers the tangible change, such as weight loss, new job, new or change in relationship, becoming a parent or an empty nester, retirement and so on, but also the inner changevolution that must take place to provide the necessary foundation for success and sustainability.
What's in store.
There will be two primary threads weaving this series together; The Conscientious Approach to Change, and Full Spectrum Change.
The Conscientious Approach to Change.
The Conscientious Approach to Change outlines four key components which, when applied in a spiral fashion, help us to prepare and then enact change in a way that is specifically tailored to our individual needs and desires. Those four components include:
Full Spectrum Change.
Full Spectrum Change involves exploring our change from:
Pulling it all together.
The purpose of this month’s theme is to pull those ideas written about earlier in this blog together to create a cohesive and comprehensive approach to preparing for change. With that in mind, each post will offer basic ideas for creating your own comprehensive plan for change.
And a free gift for you!
This series will be made available as a single, downloadable PDF - with some additional bonus features - at the end of the month as my gift to you.
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Thanks for reading!
About the Author
Megan Rounds, Ed.D. is owner and principle perculator of perculcha, llc.
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