Are you going through a transition?
No – not that…
Defined – transition – the process or a period of changing from one state or condition to another.
As in noun use – “students in transition from one program to another”
And – undergo or cause to undergo a process or period of transition.
As in verb use – “we have transitioned from a high intensity combat operation to a support role in the community”
Just like we all know that change is good and then when change is announced we respond with – “Yes I agree change is good, you go first.”
Going through a transition is tough.
There are many unknowns. We humans are all much more comfortable with our familiar habits, familiar surroundings, and familiar environments.
What transition are you going through or about to go through?
Are you excited?
Trying to control your fears?
Welcoming of the new and exciting experiences awaiting you?
Well I’m with you my friends.
We are taking advantage of the ability to work completely remote.
How this takes place exactly and where we go only time will tell.
Do we have questions about things? Certainly.
Are we allowing these unanswered questions to freeze us in time and not move forward? Not on your life!
For us and our family the timing is right to do this right now.
It’s a window in time, an opportunity.
How many times in our lives do we allow the unanswered questions to prevent us from moving ahead with a plan or an idea to do something different?
Know this, I’ve been writing and publishing these articles since 2009.
My plan is not to stop writing now.
So you’ll know all is well when you read my newest article next week right here.
Wenkroy International LLC is a boutique consulting company with a main purpose of helping entrepreneurs and people in their business and life grow to the next levels they are capable of achieving. Through attending my engagements Speaking, leading workshops, and Coaching clarity is achieved and distractions are reduced. People are now able to focus on what matters most to them. My passion is to take people to the next level in their life and in their career and business.
Do you know I’m interviewing stroke survivors, their spouse or partner as well?
The purpose is to compile these stories in order to share the information with others. The stories will inspire others, help them with tips for handling what they are going through now and what they may face in the future. It may even become a go to resource for stroke survivors and their families.
Here’s the link if that’s you or pass on to someone you know: www.mitchtublin.com/survivors
As always share the information in this article with people you know.