As you move forward with change, some questions are answered and new ones revealed.
Your willingness to flex with the twists, turns and uncertainties will impact your outcome.
Being comfortable with the process helps you make the most of these insights.
Today, I’ll share one outcome of facing my fear….
You make decisions all the time. And even more so when faced with change.
But did you know hidden biases influence you? Impairing your ability to see the whole picture and make informed choices?
Unless you’re aware, your success in making good decisions could be hit or miss at best. Undermining your confidence to move forward with change.
So let’s look at these influences and learn how to improve your decision-making success rate.
Change means facing the unknown.
And while facing the unknown can often be daunting, finding new and lasting success requires you to change—for the better.
Just ask Dr. Roberta Bondar. As Canada’s first female astronaut, Dr. Bondar knows firsthand how embracing the unknown can catapult you to success.
In her Tedx Talk from 2011, she shared three simple steps everyone can follow to not only embrace but engage change, for success in business and in life.
Steps you can follow, regardless of your unique qualities, background or experience. No matter how you run your business, these steps will work for you.
So, abandon what you know, and let's head into the unfamiliar territory of change.
Every successful industry leader has learned to harness change. And you can too.
You deal with it every day.
Some changes so small you barely notice.
While other times you get thrown for a loop.
Tiny to overwhelming. Subtle or disruptive. Expected or unexpected.
If you want lasting success, you must be open to change.
Because let’s face it…
… things Do Not stay the same.