We are all continuously transitioning and taking our first steps into a new phase of our lives. It could be a major life transition such as: marriage, the welcoming of children into our lives, empty-nesting or retirement. It could be a major work-related transition: new job, a layoff, a promotion or starting a new company. It could also be moving to a new country or within our own country. Whatever our transition, we can learn to be better at managing them. Many times, I have seen transitions likened to the process we go through when grief enters our lives. This author views transitions with proactive and optimistic tone and tips. Aviviah Wittenberg-Cox writes that ‘Ends are the prequel to re-creation,’ and that we should ‘embrace confusion, ambiguity and questions,’ which really resonates with me as a way of thinking about transitions. Have a read a see what you think!
Published by catherine@mindkatalysts
Consultant and Coach. Lives in Stockholm, Sweden after 4 years in SE Asia. Formative years in Seattle. Passionate about seeing the world, making interesting friends and making the most of life. Professionally focused on Change Management, Leadership and Transitions coaching. View all posts by catherine@mindkatalysts