Tag Archives: dealing with change

Seek First to Understand

These are challenging times. We have been quarantined away from our loved ones for two or more months, have had nowhere to go but perhaps the grocery stores, and many are suffering severe economic hardship. While some people have shown … Continue reading

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Change and a Wet Baby

Mark Twain had it correct when he said, “The Only One Who Likes Change is a Wet Baby!” Now, some reading this may take issue with the statement.  For, don’t some people like change?  Yes, they do, but we must … Continue reading

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Getting Comfortable with Ambiguity

I have long since known that a high tolerance for ambiguity is a key factor in success and happiness.  I have even spoken of this fact many times.  I have learned of late that “knowing” something and truly experiencing it … Continue reading

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