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Success Training. Part 6. Pilot the Seasons of Change. “ The most effective way to cope with change is to help create it . ”. - L. W. Lynett. Success Circles. Check Your ID Create Your Vision Develop Your Travel Plan Master the Rules of the Road Step into the Outer Limits

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Success Training

Part 6

Pilot the Seasons of Change

“The most effective way to cope with change is to help create it.”

- L. W. Lynett

Success Circles

  • Check Your ID

  • Create Your Vision

  • Develop Your Travel Plan

  • Master the Rules of the Road

  • Step into the Outer Limits

  • Pilot the Seasons of Change

  • Build Your Dream Team

  • Win by a Decision

  • Commit to Your Vision

Steps to a Better Life

You will learn how to…

  • Understand the nature and process of change

  • Navigate the seasons, or states of change

  • Seek change, rather than just letting it happen

  • Manage change, including controlling your anger, developing patience, and handling stress


“Sometimes we fear letting go of the familiar, even if it hasn’t always been pleasant, even if we want to change it.”

Change is not an event. It is a natural process like the seasons in nature.

  • Letting go of old things

  • Sticking to plans to change

  • Holding tight during ups and downs

  • Blossoming and growing through change

Four Steps to Change

  • Tune into your emotions

  • Recognize that sadness and anger are common feelings brought about initially by change

  • Acknowledge your feelings and any sense of loss

  • Say good-bye

Stage One: Letting Go

  • Take time to recharge your energy levels

  • Keep a journal

  • Talk with friends, family, and any mentorsor role models you have

Stage Two: Sticking to Your Plans

  • Stop planning and get into action

  • Be prepared to expand your vision

  • Take it step by step

  • Stay focused on your primary goals

  • Take care of your life

Stage Three: Holding on Tight

  • Check your bearings

  • Write out your current options

  • Confide in your closest friends

Stage Four: Blossoming and Growing

Think a moment about a change that you feel would be good for you to make in your life, but one that would be difficult for you to make.

  • A behavior

  • A thought pattern

  • An attitude

  • A way of life

    Consider a change that will help you toward your vision…

Four Steps to Change

  • Some change is forced upon you by external circumstances. Other change you bring about yourself to create opportunities. Quite often these types of change are mixed.

  • How you approach change is so crucial to your ability to adapt and to use change to learn and to improve your life.

Seeking Change

“If you are to seek a better life than the one you have now, you have to make your own changes and not just wait for good things to happen to you..”

  • Why do so many people treat any and every proposed change as if it were a deadly disease?

  • Resistance to change is nearly as certain and as inevitable as change itself.

  • People who adapt to change, meet the challenges that change bring are the ones who find success.

Changing for the Better

  • Sometimes even minor changes can trigger strong feelings

  • Bigger changes evoke even stronger emotions and feelings

  • Even positive changes can bring with it feelings of sadness and disorientation

    Just as change is natural, so are the feeling that accompany it.

Managing Change

  • Step back and look at the big picture

  • Remove yourself from the scene of the crime

  • Transform negative emotions into positive actions

  • Talk it out

  • Take stock of your options

Controlling Your Anger

Good things don’t always come quickly…

People who aren’t very patent can give up on change before they derive the benefits from it.

Developing Patience

Stay focused on your dreams 

Stay true to your principles and beliefs 

Give yourself a break 

Unload your calendar 

Put out your distress signals 

Handling the Stress of Change

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