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Revolution comes from a discontentment of the current state. Understanding these cycles can help us thrive in change, rather than fear it. Though change can be painful, it is a source of creativity, ...

Revolution comes from a discontentment of the current state. Understanding these cycles can help us thrive in change, rather than fear it. Though change can be painful, it is a source of creativity, innovation and transformation.

Ja-Nae illustrates the cycle of change during revolutionary times.

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  • By Ja-Nae Duane
  • We live in a world of constant change. The events of2011 have exhibited that all too well. As in life, changecomes in cycles: birth, growth, death, and renewal.Understanding these cycles can help us thrive inchange, rather than fear it. Though change can bepainful, it is a source of creativity, innovation andtransformation.While working on my upcoming book, How to Create aRevolution, I created the Revolutionary Change Cycle.Take a Look:
  • The Revolutionary Change Cycle by Ja-Nae Duane is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
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