Maybe it was due to my longstanding interest in Buddhism or because the central message resonates so closely with one of my favorite books, Comfortable With Uncertainty by Pema Chodron.
Fact is, about the only thing we know for sure is that life is uncertain.
Change is a regular part of the process. Sometimes we see it coming and embrace what it’s bringing. Other times, we’re blindsided and hope desperately to sidestep it’s impact.
Either way, de Bonvoisin argues, how you handle major changes within the first 30 days determines, in large part, the way they impact your life. What I love about this approach is that it acknowledges and accepts the notion that “stuff happens,” but gives you power within that framework of uncertainty.
de Bonvoisin lays out a series of actions, exercises and ideas, developed through thousands of interviews, that not only shift the way you look at change, but allow you to take regular steps to move through the early stages with a lot more grace and create a team of people who participate in the process and support your efforts. And, her website is literally bursting with a ton of additional information and resources.
So, check out The First 30 Days, the paperback version is just out today and word on the street is de Bonvoisin is even offering some cool stuff for new readers.
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