Monthly Archives: November 2013

Common Thinking Errors When Dealing with Change Series: Week 10

We are wrapping up our blog series on Change this week.  We have spent a considerable amount of time throughout the weeks on the “fight” aspect of the response to change.  In conclusion of this series, we are going to … Continue reading

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Common Thinking Errors Dealing with Change Series: Week 9

Fear was the topic of discussion in last week’s blog.  We pointed out the importance of managing fears that are ignited by change.  More importantly, we discussed the need to recognize these fears as “real or perceived”.  When fears aren’t … Continue reading

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Common Thinking Errors Dealing with Change Series: Week 8

Last week we examined how getting “stuck” in the place you have been, rather than trying to keep up with the new pace, will leave you out of sync.  We talked about the “fear” that keeps you in that place.  This … Continue reading

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