13 Principles to Thriving Through Life Change – Part 1
Going through a life transition is like going from smooth water to white-water. Find out how to stay afloat…
Ever gone rafting or kayaking and experienced the change from flat calm water to raging rapids? The calm disappears and you enter into a mix of chaos and adventure. Life transitions are like that, and like rafting white-water, life transitions require a certain skill-set and preparation to handle well.
Get Ready For White Water
This is the first part of the 3-part series covering 13 principles that will guide you through both big and small (but challenging) life transitions.
If you want to know how to thrive through change (life transitions), join podcast bros Chris and Guy on Real Talk 4 Real Men episode number 49.
What do you think about the first 3 principles?
Do you agree?
When you reflect back on a major life transition, have you noticed their significance in helping you through?
What can you start doing today?
What steps can you take to implement these first three?
… to more strongly fortify your life from unexpected major life transition?
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