June 5, 2017

OAC 271 Making HUGE Transitions!

This is a wild and crazy time of year for so many people. Graduating from high school or college.  Starting a new job, moving across the country.  Getting married, getting divorced...the list of transitions goes on and on. I only touch on a...


This is a wild and crazy time of year for so many people. Graduating from high school or college.  Starting a new job, moving across the country.  Getting married, getting divorced...the list of transitions goes on and on.

I only touch on a few today otherwise the show would be way too long :-)  So respecting your time I only talk about the first I listed. Getting married or divorced is a monumental subject all on it's own!  And I would prefer my friend Shan White who helps people with divorce, share that topic with you. 

So many emotions emerge when we make transitions.  Especially if they are not of our choosing.  Those are often tougher to live through than those we make ourselves.  But no matter how or why the transition came about, how it affects us or how we deal with it all comes down to 'attitude'.

Time and time again we reference back to that word, attitude.  But it is always so true.  If you get to choose something, it's your attitude.  What is going to help your next step vs what will hinder it?  If you approach it as a new chapter, or a new adventure, than it just might turn into something awesome.

On the other hand, if you fight it, stay angry, and grudgingly move forward, you'll probably be miserable all of the time.  Not to mention the stress of the negativity that overflows and touches everyone that comes into your space.

So listen for a few minutes to my stories and see if maybe I can shed some light on how you can embrace the transition and enjoy the journey.

Thank you for listening and sharing, you have helped me make the transition to a Podcaster when my main gig was selling an awesome greeting card system called Send Out Cards.  Which, by the way is still my revenue stream for the show :-) And has been my income for 11 years.

Passing On A Smile,

Gail