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If You Don't Like Change - You Are Going To Hate Extinction


"When you're finished changing, you're finished." - Benjamin Franklin

Change is a constant. You can either choose to embrace it or watch as you organization disintegrates right before your eyes.

Some people embrace change. Some people just go with the flow and deal with it only when they have to. Then there are those few, die hard, stubborn, inflexible, obstinate people out there, who are going to fight changing to the bitter end. In today’s accelerating pace of technological change, if you plan on WINNING, SUCCEEDING, and STAYING ON TOP, you better pay attention to the ever-changing landscape. Blind devotion to past technologies, methodologies, systems and procedures is a success killer. The pace of change is accelerating in every industry, every market, and in every facet of our daily lives.

This program is designed to show people how to not only handle change, but embrace it; in simple terms, how to cope, control and capitalize on change. It will show you how making a decision to alter your course (change) becomes a catalyst for emerging ideas. Your mind wants a direction, a course, a decision and when you give it that clarity it rewards you with new hope, inspiration and energy; you quit floundering in your indecision and flourish in your new direction. It puts you in a better frame of mind and you now start seeing how you can make things work rather than dwell in the debilitating mood of self-defeat; changing your mind becomes and energizing force.


    Change is an inevitable part of life

    Before asking others to change, change yourself first

    Effective listening is the most important skill in communication

    By embracing the concept of change, one embraces the future


    See change as an inevitable opportunity

    Examine personal beliefs about change

    Develop a positive attitude toward living in a constantly changing environment

    Understand that the idea receiving the most resistance is probably the best idea

    Capitalize on thinking 'outside the box'

    Deal with the ever-changing needs of the public

    Teach the process of stimulating ideas

    Realize that change is never final nor always right

    Recognize the value and importance of change
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