Change direction
Change without choice can be frightening.
A recent example of the potential to emotionally charged resistance meeting change is from the sudden death of Queen Elizabeth II and the ascension of King Charles III. Transition requires careful management to which, in this example, roles and responsibilities within the Royal Family have already been seen to change.
In a current time of upwardly mobile bank and inflation rates – Bank rate rises, mortgage pricing, property pricing, energy market rises – transitional processes that address change are absent and being set outside that which most can keep up with, the pace feels forced, with no period between what was, and what is.
Without time to consider and understand, the shadow of feeling unsupported can soon take over, as a sense of threat arises.
No matter where change happens, nothing feels quite as forced when a transitional plan is readied. It lessens resistance.
No matter what the changes are, prior re-assessing of direction is an opportunity to re-optimise – which, in relation to how money works, at a time when the full impact of inflation is yet to peak, thinking twice is a good first step-up to rational decision making.
The three-step plan; Plan, Strategy, Review.