Imagine you are out to dinner one night with some friends at a restaurant. At the end of the evening, you’re saying goodnight to your friends and you begin walking back to your car which is parked one block away.
It’s dark…and you’re alone.
As you’re walking, you pass a corner, and a few seconds later you see someone emerge from that corner and turn in the same direction as you. There’s no one else out on the street. You are now half a block from your car and that person is walking behind you about 15 or 20 feet as you are approaching your car.
Here’s the question: is this person going to do something harmful to you? Or are they just another pedestrian?
In this episode of Top Secrets Revealed on Managing Change, we’re going to answer a question that a lot of people find themselves asking from time to time. Why do people resist change even when it’s good?
It’s a common question. Everybody asks this, especially when it relates to something positive. “Hey, I just got a great new job! I’m buying a new house! This is supposed to be a positive thing! Why am I so stressed out?”