How Do You Respond To Change?

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How Do You Respond To Change?

By Ken Keis (Canada)

Change. Is it positive or negative? It depends!

Change is part of the human condition. Without change, we would not progress, discover, or develop. Change is paramount to any improvements we seek.

I’m reminded of two sage sayings:

If you always do what you’ve always done, you will always get what you’ve always got.

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

Many individuals want their situation to be different—but without actually implementing any real changes. For example, imagine someone voices their intentions for dramatic improvements—both personally and at their company. Within just a short period of time, they have had enough change! Their intention of extraordinary growth directly conflicted with their desire to actually make the effort to change.

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Source: iCN Issue 17  (Life Coaching: The Power to Change Peoples Lives); pages 21-23

About Ken Keis

Ken Keis, Ph.D., President of CRG, is an expert in leadership, wellness, and life purpose and is a global authority on behavioural assessments and on how assessment strategies increase and multiply success rates. In 28 years, he has conducted over 3000 presentations and invested 10,000+ hours in consulting and coaching. His latest book, The Quest For Purpose: A Self-Discovery Process To Find It And Live It!, is available at thequestforpurpose.ca.

He is also the author of Why Aren’t You More Like Me? Discover the Secrets to Understanding Yourself and Others, and co-author of Deliberate Leadership: Creating Success Through Personal Style. He co-created CRG’s proprietary development models, and has written more than 3.5 million words of content for 40 business training programs, and over 500 articles. Ken’s expertise includes assisting individuals, families, teams, and organisations to realise their full potential and to live On Purpose!

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