Category Archives: Transition Coaching

The Roller Coaster Ride of Transitions: The Joy of Beginning…and Completing

This piece was in my latest coaching newsletter and several people wrote to me about so I’ve added it here, in an edited version. On a recent sunny day, I went to an end-of-summer amusement park with friends and we … Continue reading

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Stages in Transitions: Death, The Unknown and Rebirth

This stage is one of the more challenging ones in the transition process. It usually follows the stage of Old Fulfillment, and is all about dealing with change — which many of us resist, avoid or delay. Even writing about … Continue reading

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The “Lost and Found” of Transitions

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The end of something is often the beginning of a transition, the transition from what we know and is familiar to us, The Known, through to The New. Lost our job. Lost our relationship. Lost our health. Lost our home. … Continue reading

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