Once upon a time, an old Greek philosopher (Heraclitus) said, “The only thing that is constant is change.” Fast-forward to the present age and most people would not only agree with this maxim, they would probably notice that change is happening exponentially in our world.

Whether it’s moving to a new city, stepping into a new job, or buying a new house, the ability to successfully navigate through change remains one of the most important life skills anyone can possess. But before we can learn to embrace a new reality, we must traverse the change process. Only by dealing with feelings of resistance, denial, and uncertainty can we finally accept the new reality in which we find ourselves.

For more on managing change, click here to access the Johns Hopkins e-course.

 

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