The Definition of Change
Webster's Ninth New Collegiate Dictionary
defines "change" as:
- to make [radically] different
- to give a different position,
course, or direction to
- to replace with another
- to make a shift from one to
- to exchange for an equivalent sum
or comparable item
- to undergo a modification of
- to undergo transformation,
transition or substitution
The ultimate challenge
to attain your full potential.
Attaining your full potential requires change. Whether it's personal
change or work change, making a change requires learning new skills
and a new way of doing things. If making changes were easy, then perhaps the
definition of change wouldn't include "to make radically different"
and the word "transformation".
Maybe you feel stuck or trapped. Maybe you are neither happy nor
fulfilled—at home, at work or within yourself. Perhaps you feel there is no
way out. And while that’s a very discouraging place to be, it's also the
ideal starting point for creating radical work change or change in your
personal life. Ironically, being stuck is the perfect place to begin your
[#4 definition of change] transformation.
The transformation process, this process of change and reaching your full potential, goes
far beyond the casual changes involved when making a "change of pace"
style of change. Instead, this transformational process of change
is like peeling an onion. The process of change proceeds through many
different and varied stages of change.
Judy Smith can help
you successfully navigate this complex and complicated process of real
and lasting change.
process begins with the knowledge that you are a fully capable person. Judy doesn’t focus on
“fixing what’s wrong” but instead focuses upon your inherent strengths and
abilities. To affect a positive change, we will concentrate on enhancing
your strengths, and teaching you how to let these strengths lead you to your
may not have been born with the ability to achieve your full
potential, the good news is the skills you need can be learned.