Well, we’ve done it! We’ve concluded our month-long topic on Preparing For Change.
You are now equipped with several tools by which to aid you in your next steps. Your leap of faith into a brand new world of the unknown. How exciting!
Here’s what you’ve got as your parachute:
Some of you might wonder why you should put this kind of effort to prepare for a change, especially if it is one that you’ve encountered before.
To that I’d say that no two changes are the same, and by preparing ahead of time, we allow ourselves the space and energy to support the smoothest transition possible. One in which you can be fully present, nimble, and enjoy.
Even if it’s not a change you’re particularly looking forward to, does that mean it also must be excruciating?
Why not try to make the best of it by exploring where your points of resistance are, and try shifting your perspective into one that more closely fits with the kind of change experiences you want to have?
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Some of the tools presented include visual examples and further explanations as bonus features in the Preparing For Change PDF I am preparing of this series.
I highly encourage you to sign up to receive your free copy, because it won’t be free for long. It is a gift to you, my readers, with the hope the information included can help you prepare for the best change possible, regardless of the circumstances.
Happy New Year!!
I wish you happiness, peace, joy and prosperity as we say goodbye to 2015 and usher in a new year. Thank you for reading!
About the Author
Megan Rounds, Ed.D. is owner and principle perculator of perculcha, llc.
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