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2. Always Create Positive Outcomes

It can sometimes be difficult to think positively when we are going through negative change. But remember, we can always create a positive outcome if we have a growth mindset. 

Try practising creating a positive outcome no matter what the circumstance. 

4. Acknowledge Your Fears

Remember that embracing change is a process. Take your time and do not try to rush into it. We all have fears when it comes to embracing change.

It may be not being able to complete something we wanted to or hearing some terrible news. 

Whatever those fears are, take notice of them and start working on them by trying to create positive outcomes for each one. 

3. Start "Acting As If"

Begin with the idea that you are already someone who can embrace change. Then, focus on showing up when change occurs rather than trying to force yourself to be something you are not yet. 

This way, you will feel like a person who should respond, rather than someone who is forced to. 

1. Focus on Your Response

The success formula for managing change is: 

Event + Response = Outcome

The event is something we have no control over, but when we focus on what we can change, which is our response, we will begin to embrace it. 

Napoleon Hill

“Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve.”

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