The Problem

It’s not an accident or good luck when people make a habit of doing change well. The ability to handle change is like a muscle – the more you practice doing the right exercises, the better you get at it.

The problem most people have is they don’t know how well they handle change and they don’t know what areas they need to work on to get better at it. So, they keep on doing the same things that didn’t work in the past.

The Solution

It doesn’t need to be like this. Like any muscle, you can develop your change muscle – you can develop your change fitness.

That’s why The Change Gym is here to help you. If you contact us about looking into your own change fitness, we’ll begin by making an assessment – we’ll give you a score to show how your level of fitness compares with other people. And then, if you want to do something about it, we can talk you through your options.

Should You Be Worried?

You might be wondering whether you have any signs of low change fitness. Ask yourself these questions:

  • Do I tend to get discouraged and want to quit when change gets hard?
  • Am I often suspicious or fearful of change?
  • Is it easier for me to see the problems and negatives in change initiatives rather than the benefits?
  • Do I get pessimistic and nervous when I think about change?
  • Do I experience change fatigue?

If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, you might have low change fitness.

What to Do

Talk to us. It costs you nothing to reach out and start a conversation.  We’re not going to talk you into anything – we’ll just give you the facts and you can make up your own mind about what you want to do.

But consider this – not being good at handling change will cost you. It will keep you trapped in problems, and you’ll miss out on good opportunities. So, consider your options carefully.

If you’re ready to talk to us now, click on the button below to arrange a free consultation.