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Dealing withNon-Stop Change
Change vs. Transition
Change vs. TransitionChange is best defined as situational.
Change vs. TransitionChange is the external adjustmentmade to routine roles.
Change vs. TransitionTransition is the psychological processpeople go through to come to termswith a new situation.
Change vs. TransitionChange starts with a beginning –transition starts with an ending.
Change vs. TransitionLetting go of the old reality musttake place before real change cantake place.
The Transition Process
The Transition ProcessThe first phase when dealing with non-stop change is “The Ending.”
The Transition ProcessThe second phase is called“The Neutral Zone.”
The Neutral ZoneIf you run from the neutral zonetoo early, you’ll lose anopportunity for creativity,revitalization and dev...
The Neutral ZoneIt’s an intermediate space that occurswhen old ways are removed and new,better-tailored patterns of habit ...
The New BeginningThis third phase occurs if you weresuccessful at letting go and haveembraced “The Neutral Zone.”
Managing Change
Managing ChangeTry to foresee as much as you can.
Managing ChangeMake the transition to “changeas the norm.”
Managing ChangeNon-stop change demands a newmind-set that requires a verysignificant transition.
Managing ChangeNon-stop change is simply anew level of what has alwaysbeen in existence.
Managing ChangeThe whole point of change isto preserve the things that donot change.
Managing ChangeLearn to treat your disadvantagesas challenges.
Taking Care of Yourself
Taking Care of YourselfFind out what is actuallychanging, or has changed.
Taking Care of YourselfSpend time letting yourselfexperience the uncomfortablefeelings.
Taking Care of YourselfDistinguish between currentlosses and old wounds.
Taking Care of YourselfThe relation between the present andunresolved issues from the past iscalled “resonance.”
Taking Care of YourselfIdentify your continuities – noteverything is ending.
Taking Care of YourselfRecognize the symptoms of“The Neutral Zone.”
Taking Care of YourselfProvide yourself quiet times andspecial places as a retreat from thechaos of “The Neutral Zone.”
Taking Care of YourselfLook for islands of stability.
Taking Care of YourselfCreate a kind of structure in theemptiness by constructing short-range goals.
Taking Care of YourselfLook at “The Neutral Zone” as a timebetween one set of purposes in yourlife and another.
Taking Care of YourselfLook at your priorities and askyourself if they still make sense.
Taking Care of YourselfExperiment a little every day,starting today.
Taking Care of YourselfPlan to do something you’ve neverdone before.
Taking Care of YourselfDesign a learning venturefor yourself.
Taking Care of YourselfMake a plan to change your life.
The “Four Jewels”
The “Four Jewels”Rules to live by that may make apositive impression during timesof transition.
The “Four Jewels”Rule #1Show up and give things a try.
The “Four Jewels”Rule #2Be present. Make sure you givethings your best shot.
The “Four Jewels”Rule #3Tell the truth. It’s the mostpowerful action you take.
The “Four Jewels”Rule #4Let go of outcomes. Learn to doall that you can; then let go.
Dealing withNon-Stop Change
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  1. 1. Dealing withNon-Stop Change
  2. 2. Change vs. Transition
  3. 3. Change vs. TransitionChange is best defined as situational.
  4. 4. Change vs. TransitionChange is the external adjustmentmade to routine roles.
  5. 5. Change vs. TransitionTransition is the psychological processpeople go through to come to termswith a new situation.
  6. 6. Change vs. TransitionChange starts with a beginning –transition starts with an ending.
  7. 7. Change vs. TransitionLetting go of the old reality musttake place before real change cantake place.
  8. 8. The Transition Process
  9. 9. The Transition ProcessThe first phase when dealing with non-stop change is “The Ending.”
  10. 10. The Transition ProcessThe second phase is called“The Neutral Zone.”
  11. 11. The Neutral ZoneIf you run from the neutral zonetoo early, you’ll lose anopportunity for creativity,revitalization and development.
  12. 12. The Neutral ZoneIt’s an intermediate space that occurswhen old ways are removed and new,better-tailored patterns of habit begin toform.
  13. 13. The New BeginningThis third phase occurs if you weresuccessful at letting go and haveembraced “The Neutral Zone.”
  14. 14. Managing Change
  15. 15. Managing ChangeTry to foresee as much as you can.
  16. 16. Managing ChangeMake the transition to “changeas the norm.”
  17. 17. Managing ChangeNon-stop change demands a newmind-set that requires a verysignificant transition.
  18. 18. Managing ChangeNon-stop change is simply anew level of what has alwaysbeen in existence.
  19. 19. Managing ChangeThe whole point of change isto preserve the things that donot change.
  20. 20. Managing ChangeLearn to treat your disadvantagesas challenges.
  21. 21. Taking Care of Yourself
  22. 22. Taking Care of YourselfFind out what is actuallychanging, or has changed.
  23. 23. Taking Care of YourselfSpend time letting yourselfexperience the uncomfortablefeelings.
  24. 24. Taking Care of YourselfDistinguish between currentlosses and old wounds.
  25. 25. Taking Care of YourselfThe relation between the present andunresolved issues from the past iscalled “resonance.”
  26. 26. Taking Care of YourselfIdentify your continuities – noteverything is ending.
  27. 27. Taking Care of YourselfRecognize the symptoms of“The Neutral Zone.”
  28. 28. Taking Care of YourselfProvide yourself quiet times andspecial places as a retreat from thechaos of “The Neutral Zone.”
  29. 29. Taking Care of YourselfLook for islands of stability.
  30. 30. Taking Care of YourselfCreate a kind of structure in theemptiness by constructing short-range goals.
  31. 31. Taking Care of YourselfLook at “The Neutral Zone” as a timebetween one set of purposes in yourlife and another.
  32. 32. Taking Care of YourselfLook at your priorities and askyourself if they still make sense.
  33. 33. Taking Care of YourselfExperiment a little every day,starting today.
  34. 34. Taking Care of YourselfPlan to do something you’ve neverdone before.
  35. 35. Taking Care of YourselfDesign a learning venturefor yourself.
  36. 36. Taking Care of YourselfMake a plan to change your life.
  37. 37. The “Four Jewels”
  38. 38. The “Four Jewels”Rules to live by that may make apositive impression during timesof transition.
  39. 39. The “Four Jewels”Rule #1Show up and give things a try.
  40. 40. The “Four Jewels”Rule #2Be present. Make sure you givethings your best shot.
  41. 41. The “Four Jewels”Rule #3Tell the truth. It’s the mostpowerful action you take.
  42. 42. The “Four Jewels”Rule #4Let go of outcomes. Learn to doall that you can; then let go.
  43. 43. Dealing withNon-Stop Change

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