Change is Inevitable

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We know that change is inevitable. We can try to avoid or fight it, but change comes for all of us. The turn of the seasons is one of the clearest exemplifiers of this. We may want an endless summer, but Mama Nature is the boss, and as time marches on, so does the weather.
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But I have found that all things — relationships, businesses, jobs, pandemics, you name it — have a life span. Some, very very few, are forever (or at least last the course of our lifetime), but most things in life evolve and change, transition and end, and the better we are able to face and engage in the process, the easier. Ultimately.
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Remember what I always say, simple doesn’t mean easy.
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And I speak from experience as a recovering (not recovered!) change avoider. Though I’m much more agile with this now, it can take me a while to accept that some thing needs to, or just is, changing. Why is being change-resistant a problem? Well, ignoring necessary changes in a growing business or career can lead to exhaustion, fatigue and burnout 🙋🏼‍♀️.
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Not wanting to admit that relationships have changed, and are no longer serving you, can feed a feeling of walking on eggshells, and getting caught up in an exhausting people pleasing cycle that leads to resentment city. Even as we continue to navigate this pandemic, finding our comfort with re-engagement is its own ongoing evolution and negotiation.
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Change is everywhere, it’s constant and it’s necessary.
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And it can also be challenging, complicated, and tricky to know how to proceed. What’s helped me? Getting support, of course! Because I know what a game-changer this kind of support has been for me, I created an offering in my coaching practice — the New Life Blend Deep Dive — to support others managing inflection and transition points as well.

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My New Life Blend Deep Dives are laser-focused on you, and are extremely helpful in navigating a crossroads and stepping into action. These narrowly focused sessions (3 extended sessions across 2 weeks) are perfect for people who need to figure out next strategic next steps quickly, and when long-term coaching isn’t quite right. Curious? Contact me here …..
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