Throughout your life, you will encounter many phases, many people, many jobs, and many changes. Those changes either come from within or when someone else makes a decision that causes us to make a decision about how we will or will not adjust. More often than not, in those situations, we often feel we don’t have a choice. You get a job offer from a company in a new city, so you must move. Your child is struggling in school, so you need to spend more time to work with them on their studies. You come to terms with the problems in your marriage, and you have no choice but to put an end to it. In each of these situations, you may feel you have little choice. But, as we will discover, we do make the decision to pivot. Either we take the job, or we decide we don’t want to uproot the family, so we keep up the job hunt.
You’re here because you’re ready for a change, but you’re not quite sure how to commit to a new life. “Pivot” shouldn’t be a scary word, and change shouldn’t be a foreign concept. Why? Because it’s in our nature to change regularly—we just don’t realize it.
So, if you’re contemplating a significant change in your life or you just made one, you’re in the right place.