How to Change When Change Is Hard

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September 9, 2012

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How to Change When Change Is Hard

When you listen, it’s amazing what you can learn. When you act on what you’ve learned, it’s amazing what you can change.

– Audrey McLaughlin –

How to Change When Change Is Hard

“Find a bright spot and clone it. That’s the first step to fixing everything from addiction to corporate malaise to malnutrition. A problem may look hopelessly complex. But there’s a game plan that can yield movement on even the toughest issues. And it starts with locating a bright spot — a ray of hope.” So begins this excerpt in Fast Company from the best-seller “Switch: How to Change When Change is Hard”. { read more }

Be The Change

Look for the bright spot today.

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