Posts Tagged ‘change management process’

Stop Learning at Your Own Peril

Learning is a never-ending endeavor. Either your deliberately learn or you stop learning at your own peril. In the blog Be Willing to Experiment I discussed the important of accepting that change occurs and being the catalyst for the change we desire. Continuous learning is part of the process of being a catalyst for favorable change. Read the rest of this entry »

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Be Willing to Experiment

In my last posting Be Willing to Entertain What Seems Impossible I discussed the importance of learning to turn off negative, defeatist thinking and take on some challenges that at first may seem completely impossible.

Like it or not you and your surroundings are going to change. The question is, “Do you have any control over the change?” Read the rest of this entry »

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Don’t Get Blinded by Habits

It’s easy to get caught up in attitude of “that’s the way we’ve always done it.” While there is value in them, don’t get blinded by habits. Read the rest of this entry »

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Perspective Requires Multiple Views

When you are told you need a new perspective how do you respond? Some of the definitions of perspective include the state of one’s ideas and a way of picturing something spatially. So, we hear statements like, “That’s your opinion, but I have a different perspective.” There in is the rub. We have a tendency to reduce others’ perspectives to opinions. But, what if we look at this a little differently? Read the rest of this entry »

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Change and Adapt to Grow

Take some time to think about how you are now versus how you were 5, 10, 15 or more years ago. If you are like me you see someone very different. We all change and adapt to grow whether intentionally or not. Read the rest of this entry »

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Starting Over is Not Always Bad

We’ve all had an occasion where we realized what we were doing was not going to work and had to start over. While frustrating, starting over is not always bad and can actually be a good thing. The key is to get over the frustration quickly and don’t carry it over as baggage in a new attempt. Read the rest of this entry »

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Are You Making Things Happen?

If you are a business owner are you content to just sit back and wait to see what happens next with your company? As a rule, probably not, right? But, maybe you actually do this more than you realize. Here’s what I mean. Read the rest of this entry »

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Time to Try Something Different

How often have you or someone you know tried something repeatedly only to see it fail each time? For most of us it is more than we care to admit. It’s amazing how often people act foolishly and fulfill the saying attributed to Albert Einstein, “Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” So, here is the question. If we know what we’ve been doing is not working and we know that it is insanity to keep doing the same thing, why do we? Read the rest of this entry »

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Be Willing to Try Something New

The business world is littered with the corpses of companies who were unwilling to change with the times. It really doesn’t matter whether it is products and services, methods of reaching customers, or some other aspect, the business landscape is constantly changing.

If it’s Not Broken

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it is a common saying used to justify remaining with the status quo. Sometimes I think it is just Read the rest of this entry »

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Fix Rather Than Bemoan What Went Wrong

When something goes wrong how often do hear say someone say, “Why does this always happen to me?” You know these people. They frequently tend to see every failure as traumatic and act like it’s the end of the world. You may even do the same thing yourself at times. Yet this reaction is more than just an attitude.

To Get on Track Think Correctly

Unfortunately, when someone thinks this way they can get stuck in this mindset when what is needed is Read the rest of this entry »

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