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WHy is change so hard?

From the instant you hit the delivery room, your life has been a conga line of changes. Just think–you’ve experienced new friends. Lost friends. Joys. Moves. Griefs. Dead batteries. Losses. New jobs. Promotions. And so on.

Yet—with all that practice—we struggle with how to deal with change.

So, I can’t wait to share an easy-to-remember, three-step formula that can help you deal with change–-specifically the changes you need to make–but resist making.

The formula works because:

·  It’s easy to picture, so it’s easy to remember

·  It’s a process you’ve seen—but probably never thought to apply to yourself

·  It’ll give you the courage and motivation you need to tackle your next change

Best of all, the presentation is chock-full of stories about how to deal with change.  What’s more, it also has a FUN activity that deals specifically with how to deal with change at work. 

Oh! And I won’t tell you what – but the tips have a LOT to do with this dog.  (That makes them fun to picture and easy to remember.)

So why is change so hard?  Come to this presentation!  After you do, it won’t be! 

P.S.  You CAN teach an old dog new tricks!

You and I CAN do things differently!

(And it doesn’t matter if you’re a 20-something or a seasoned pro.)

WANT TO KNOW HOW TO DEAL WITH CHANGE? COME TO THIS SESSION AND FIND OUT! I LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING YOU!

 

Glass change jar with "Fear Change? Leave it Here" label
Group of young women listening to Keynote Speaker Vicki Hitzgesand smiling
Labrador laying in grass
Man smiling with card on forehead during a workshop with keynote speaker Vicki Hitzges

Why is change so hard?

After all, from the instant you hit the delivery room, your life has been a conga line of changes. You’ve met new friends. Lost friends. Moved. Felt grief. Experienced dead batteries. Joys. Losses. New jobs. Promotions. And so on.

Yet—with all that practice—we struggle with how to deal with change.

Glass change jar with "Fear Change? Leave it Here" label

I can’t wait to share a 1-2-3 formula that can help you deal with change–-specifically how to make changes you need to make–but don’t really want to make.

The formula works because:

·  It’s easy to picture, so it’s easy to remember

·  It’s a process you’ve seen—but probably never thought to apply to yourself

·  It’ll give you the courage and motivation you need to tackle your next change

Best of all, the presentation is chock-full of stories about how to deal with change.  It also has a FUN activity that deals specifically with how to deal with change at work.

Oh! And I won’t tell you what – but the tips have a LOT to do with this dog.  (That makes them fun to picture and easy to remember.)

Labrador laying in grass

So why is change so hard?  Come to this presentation!  After you do, it won’t be!

P.S.  You CAN teach an old dog new tricks!

You and I CAN do things differently!

(No matter if you’re a 20-something or a seasoned pro)

Group of young women listening to Keynote Speaker Vicki Hitzgesand smiling

WANT TO KNOW HOW TO DEAL WITH CHANGE? COME TO THIS SESSION AND FIND OUT! I LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING YOU!

 

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