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Pivot Your Perspective

Pivot Your Perspective spinning indefinitely, because with the knowledge of your blind spots comes the opportunity to learn and create new choices. Once you understand where you are, you can orient yourself and adjust. For example, once I have a compass, I can figure out whether I am north, south, east or west, and make a better, informed choice on which direction to take. It is when I am drifting, without orientation, that I don’t know if I am going left or right, or even whether I am moving forward. That is the moment where we lose valuable time and can experience real frustration, wasted effort, and alienation. When we listen deeply to ourselves, we can identify if we lack orientation. If we are feeling constriction, dissonance, or loss, like we are wasting our time or not getting where we want to be, that tells us something. Emotions help to facilitate our journey just like a compass can help you determine what direction to take as you review a map. Feelings provide critical awareness and guide us to act. Part of knowing where you are is knowing how you got there. As a people, as a species, as a tribe, we create shared perspectives for each other on various psychosocial concepts and topics. These are embedded within us. Some perspectives are inherited; some are curated. Our view of change is no exception. Typically, most of us do not like change. It represents uncertainty. It represents pressure or discomfort. This can be partly inherited from your tribe. How does your familial background handle change? As 14

Introduction a child, did you sit at the breakfast or dinner table with your mom and dad and talk about your day? How did they mentor change for you, and what tools or strategies did they expose you to? The minute we can say, “change is good,” is when we can start to build a healthy change perspective. Change is fundamental, it is essential. So why are we so determined to fight it? “I hate change,” you might say, but you know what? The truth is, if you’re not changing, you’re not living. TECTONIC SHIFTS If you shift your perspective of change, you can shift your level of satisfaction, prosperity, and happiness. Politically, it has never been more important than now to be adept, skilled, and comfortable with change. What is extraordinarily clear is that the volume and magnitude of change happening around us is of monumental scale. If you do not want to embrace change, then this book is not for you right now. You might not be ready. Know that it is okay. This book is not going to be for everyone, or even for everyone right now, but know that this book is here when you are ready. This book is meant to support your change journey, providing you with a new slant on change, thereby capitalizing on perspectives you might not currently allow yourself to have. PAGE 15

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