Inc. Magazine Feature: How to Renegotiate Your Relationship With Change

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If there is one thing we have learned throughout the years, is that change is inevitable, especially in an ever-evolving industry like corporate team building.

Inc. Magazine reached out to Ryan Shortill, founder of Positive Adventures and Onyx Offsites and Training, to answer the following question: How can company leaders better embrace change, both personally and professionally?

We felt the need to reshare this piece of content as we collectively navigate through the post pandemic world:

“Change happens whether we like it or not. Positive changes -- a baby's first steps, opening a new location for your company, or achieving a professional milestone -- are counterbalanced by less desirable changes such as a delayed flight, the sudden death of a loved one, or the failure of a startup.

Change is constant throughout life. Despite this, many of us grip tightly at a sense of security. While we can't control the economy, our industry's market, or a disgruntled staff member, we can control our reactions to the changes they bring. In my experience, entrepreneurs as a group would benefit from overhauling our responses to the inevitable changes that govern our lives.

We have the capability to create business ideas that solve problems--and sometimes we must implement problem-solving strategies for ourselves.”

In the article, Ryan shares 4 positive ways to deal with change. From finding your breath to adopting tools that help process change effectively.

To read Ryan’s four positive ways to deal with change, head over to the original article: How to Renegotiate Your Relationship With Change

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