…so how do you deal with change?
This topic is at the forefront of my mind because I’m going through some changes in my professional life.
In the words of Jim Rohn, “I’m working full-time at my job and part-time on my fortune.” Meaning, I hold a job in sale in corporate America full-time, and when I’m not working there, I’m working part-time building my home-based business that WILL grow into my fortune.
I arrive to work today and was informed that my manager, whom I’ve grown to respect and the only manager in a long time that I felt truly cared about me, was transferring to another location…
…not by choice. In addition, three of my co-workers are also transferring. Which means a new manager and three new co-workers for me.
It seems to me, that when things get comfortable the inevitable “change” happens.
How to Deal With Change – Option #1
First, over the years I’ve realized that change is going to happen no matter what, and that realization helps me to stay in perspective and not get my undies in a bind whenever change happens.
This perspective is rare…so the first option on how to deal with change is having a negative, bad attitude and complaining about it to everyone and anyone.
Unfortunately, this was the scenario at work today. A couple of people were not happy about the change because the location being transferred to was under performing, a negative atmosphere, and they weren’t going to make any money!
You tend to get what you expect.
I also found it funny how they were complaining about their new location being negative, when they were being negative themselves! All of this complaining left one of my co-workers very frustrated because he had no choice in the matter, was getting transferred either way, and it has already been “predetermined” the end result.
How to Deal With Change – Option #2
The second option on how to deal with change takes a little more discipline and effort…
…looking at it with a good, positive attitude.
Another one of my favorite quotes from Jim Rohn is, “For things to change, you need to change.” One more, “Don’t wish it was easier, wish you were better.”
These two quotes have completely changed my way of thinking when it comes to change. I have an entirely new perspective. There really is no use to blame others, complain, or be negative about it…
…reframe, take a look from a different angle, and decide in your own mind that it’s a good thing. When you look for the good, you tend to find it…the same when you look for the bad.
Choose option #2, you’ll be glad you did.
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