Magazine article Work & Family Life

A Helpful Guide to Making Any Change Easier

Magazine article Work & Family Life

A Helpful Guide to Making Any Change Easier

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A helpful guide to making any change easier

If you think about it, at this very moment millions of people are going through a major change in their lives (or more than one). They may be in the process of getting divorced or caring for someone who is sick or starring a new relationship or struggling to pay for college.

We face constant changes as well in our jobs, in politics, the environment, technology, the law, our health-care system, treatment options, education, the institution of marriage and the shape of the family today.

In her new book The First 30 Days, business consultant Ariane de Bonvoisin offers a philosophy and practical tools to help you initiate a change that you want or need to make - or embrace one that has already happened.

The big plus is that people who navigate the early days of a major change successfully are more likely to get through the rest of it (and future changes as well) with confidence and clarity.

"If we approach change with a positive mind-set, if we ask the right questions, use the best tools, have a plan and surround ourselves with strong, inspiring people, it will no longer seem so daunting and our path so uncertain," says de Bonvoisin. …

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